Then Kevin Na left everyone in the dust.
Kraft was rolling early, shooting even par through the first nine holes before bagging birdies on 10, 11 and 12 to stretch his lead.
Na's lone PGA victory came in 2011 after eight years on the Tour.
The 34-year old Korean-born American bagged six birdies in seven holes during the final round as he carded a six-under par 64 at West Sulphur Springs to finish well clear of overnight joint-leader Kelly Kraft. She began the back nine with another birdie when her wedge shot from about 100 yards stopped a few feet from the hole, and she became the first to reach 30 under by making a 12-foot birdie putt on the par-3 12th. Hamilton started in pole position but Vettel streaked ahead, and his Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen compounded Hamilton's misfortune when he bumped into him, sending the British driver off the track and leaving him last. He has one top-10 finish in each of the past two years and won the Australian PGA Championship in 2016. He also finished sixth at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Snedeker surged up the leaderboard Sunday with a 6-under 64. Webb Simpson shot a first-round 61 on Thursday to take just a one-stroke lead over Whee Kim, who posted a 62.
Kim closed with a 7-under 65 for a nine-shot victory, finishing at 31-under 257 to break by four shots to par the record she had shared with Annika Sorenstam.
A misread short putt on 18 led to a bogey and dropped him into a tie for the lead with Varner heading into Sunday's round.
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Later, they crossed the river into lower Manhattan in the evening, and kissed some more in Rockefeller Park, reports said. Yesterday, June 17, Justin posted a photo of himself talking to a young fan, with Hailey standing by in a floral dress.
Sunday: The Warren JFK graduate shot a 67 to close out A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier tied for third place. Na had posted 63 on Friday to move much closer to the lead.
Na started the day a shot behind co-leaders Kraft and Harold Varner III, but surged out in front as he birdied six of seven holes beginning at the fourth. One stroke behind the leading pair stood Na and Xander Schauffele, who both shot 65 on Saturday.
The PGA Tour heads west to Silvis, Ill., next week for the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run.
Defending champion Chris Froome, who fell into a ditch near the end of Saturday's Stage 1, arrived safely with most of the peloton.
The Slovakian rider's ninth career victory at the Tour came just over a year since he was disqualified from cycling's most prestigious event by race officials who ruled he had caused a crash that broke Mark Cavendish's shoulder. Steve Stricker holds the tourney records for lowest score (258) and lowest score to par (26-under), set back in 2010.
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