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Clarkston native Joel Dahmen hangs on for 3-way share of lead at Quail Hollow

Joel Dahmen holds his own playing in the final group for the first time and lands in a three-way tie for the lead with Jason Dufner and Max Homa on a stormy Saturday at the Wells Fargo Championship. Very much in the mix was Rory McIlroy, who shot 68 on his 30th birthday and was two shots behind.

Jason Dufner takes Wells Fargo lead with a 63

Jason Dufner chips in for birdie to start his day and holes a 40-foot birdie toward the end for an 8-under 63 and a one-shot lead Friday in the Wells Fargo Championship. It matched his career-low score on the PGA Tour, which he last shot at Oak Hill in 2013 on his way to winning the PGA Championship.

Rory McIlroy scores well and shares lead with Joel Dahmen at Quail Hollow

Rory McIlroy makes the most of his game and turns it into a 5-under 66 for a share of the lead with Joel Dahmen after the opening round at the Wells Fargo Championship. McIlroy, a two-time winner at Quail Hollow, twice made birdie when he was out of position off the tee and ran off three straight birdies on the back nine for his lowest start in his 10 appearances at Quail Hollow.

Jason Day seizes control at Quail Hollow

Quail Hollow was softer and shorter, producing one low score after another before the final groups even started Saturday in the Wells Fargo Championship.

Peter Malnati leads Wells Fargo; Tiger Woods survives the cut

Peter Malnati wanted to get away from results and think only about playing his best. He was at his best over the last three holes at the Wells Fargo Championship and finished with a 3-under 68 for a one-shot lead. Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy made the cut with one shot to spare.

Peterson’s 2 eagles carry him to lead at Quail Hollow

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Tiger Woods figured his even-par 71 in his return to Quail Hollow would keep him and everyone else fairly close to the lead at the Wells Fargo Championship. That was before John Peterson came to life late Thursday afternoon. Peterson holed a bunker shot for eagle, holed a wedge from the fairway for eagle on the next hole, and wound up with a 65.

Golf notes: Brian Harman hasn’t given up on team golf

Brian Harman is coming off his best season on the PGA Tour – winning the Wells Fargo Championship, taking the 54-hole lead in the U.S. Open and finishing runner-up for his best result in a major, and finally making it to the Tour Championship.

Doug Ferguson: Justin Thomas trying to make his bad golf better

The question Justin Thomas faced seven months ago was how to follow a season that featured five PGA Tour victories, his first major championship, the FedEx Cup and all the awards that go along with the best year in golf. One solution was to avoid comparisons along the way, which was never going to be easy. Quail Hollow presents one of those challenges.

Patrick Reed surges ahead at Wells Fargo

Patrick Reed birdied his final two holes for a 5-under 67 to surge into the lead at the Wells Fargo Championship, but not by much. With one round remaining at Eagle Point, the tournament remains wide open, even for Dustin Johnson.

Billy Hurley III, Seamus Power share lead in rain-delayed Wells Fargo

Billy Hurley III and Seamus Power of Ireland were atop the leaderboard after a day of wind, rain and a second round at the Wells Fargo Championship that didn’t finish. A violent storm overnight and into Friday morning dumped nearly 2 inches of rain on Eagle Point Golf Club and forced a three-hour delay.