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Hadwin heats up to grab one-shot lead at Valspar according to :

according to “I hit some more quality golf shots today, gave myself a ton of looks out there and the putter stayed hot,” Hadwin, who needed just 25 putts, told Golf Channel.
Jun 24, 2016; Bethesda, MD, USA; Adam Hadwin of Canada hits from the fairway on the eleventh hole during the second round of the Quicken Loans National golf tournament.
The Swede reached only 11 of 18 greens in regulation as he posted a 71 to stand tied for fourth.
“I didn’t hit the ball as close as I did yesterday,” said Herman, who opened with 11 straight pars.
Lurking three strokes off the pace was British Open winner Henrik Stenson, a late starter who struggled with the swirling breezes after opening with a 64.

Hadwin heats up to grab one-shot lead at Valspar

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Valspar Championship: Adam Hadwin climbs into lead after Round 2

As it stated in Adam Hadwin climbed into the lead Friday midway through the Valspar Championship by shooting a 7-under 64 in Round 2 to get to 10 under for the tournament.
Already in the midst of a career year, Hadwin finished Friday’s round with eight birdies and one bogey.
Notables Daniel Berger, U.S. Presidents Cup captain Steve Stricker, Russell Knox, Bubba Watson and Justin Thomas all missed the cut.
Patrick Reed, who has struggled since the Ryder Cup, made the cut on the mark at even par.
After shooting an opening-round 9-under 62, Jim Herman stayed within shouting distance with an even-par 71 to remain 9 under.

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