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John Cook wins Wells Fargo Invitational

John Cook set the course record with a 10-under-par 62 Tuesday and it gave him a three-stroke victory over Brent Geiberger in the Wells Fargo Invitational, a charity event hosted by Seattle native Fred Couples.

Cook, who had a 13-under 131 total, broke the record of 66 set Monday on the year-old The Golf Club at Newcastle by Geiberger.

Jeff Sluman, who had a 68, finished third at 138, while PGA rookie and Seattle native Jeff Gove had a 72 and was at 141, one stroke in front of Couples, who had a 69 Tuesday.

Cook started and ended his round with a birdie and he added eight others.

"I was telling (Sluman) that I don't care what the event is," Cook said. "I don't care if it's playing with your buddies at home, or pros on the tour. Making birdie putts is fun."


Cook, ranked No. 105 on the PGA Tour money list this year,

John Cook - winner of the Wells Fargo Invitational - lines up a putt. Allsport

became the first two-time winner of the charity event, which began in 1994. He won in 1995 with a final-round 63.









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