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Valero Texas Open 2018

DATES: April 19-22
SITE: TPC San Antonio, Texas
PRIZE MONEY: $6,200,000

Round 4 - Andrew Landry wins first PGA title

April 22, 2018

Andrew Landry held off Trey Mullinax in a battle of Americans seeking their first US PGA Tour title Sunday to win the Texas Open by two strokes.

Landry, a 30-year-old Texan, closed with seven consecutive pars but needed to escape a last-hole drama before taking his breakthrough victory with a final-round four-under par 68 to finish 72 holes on 17-under 271 at TPC San Antonio.

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"A lot of hard work," Landry said. "Today was a grind."

Mullinax settled for a share of second with countryman Sean O'Hair on 273 with American Jimmy Walker fourth on 274 and two-time major winner Zach Johnson fifth, another stroke adrift.

Landry led by one stroke at the 17th tee and two-putted for par from 53 feet while Mullinax botched his second shot, plunking it 10 feet into a bunker as he tried to reach an elevated green, and made bogey to fall two back entering the par-5 18th.

Mullinax left himself a nine-foot birdie putt while Landry needed to two-putt from 50 feet for the victory but rolled his first putt eight feet past the cup.

Brief tension over a possible two-shot swing ended when Mullinax missed his birdie putt and seconds later, Landry sank his par putt to clinch the title.

"I didn't hit that great a wedge shot," Landry said of his approach. "But I made it in the hole."

The nearest Landry had been to victory was in January when he lost to Spain's Jon Rahm on the fourth playoff hole at the PGA Careerbuilder Challenge.

Landry opened Sunday with three birdies, sinking a 10-foot putt at the first, blasting out from a bunker to three feet to set up a tap-in at the par-5 second and dropping a six-footer at the par-3 third.

After saving a par with an eight-foot putt at the fifth, Landry sent his tee shot at the sixth into a fairway bunker, but blasted onto the green and sank a 10-foot birdie putt.

Landry reached 18-under by starting the back nine with another birdie but took a bogey at 11 after missing the fairway and saw his lead on Mullinax cut to one, setting up the closing thrills.

Mullinax endured a roller coaster start with four birdies and two bogeys in the first eight holes, but began the back nine with back-to-back birdies to stay on Landry's heels.

Chilean 19-year-old Joaquin Niemann, the former world amateur number one making his professional debut, fired his second 67 in a row to finish sixth on 276.

"It's amazing. It's a lot of fun to be standing among the best players in the world on that leaderboard," Niemann said.

"My aim was to be really good. I was having a problem with my putter. This week I make a change and my putting was working really well."

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
Andrew Landry
USA
-17
69
67
67
68
271
T2
Sean O'Hair
USA
-15
72
70
65
66
273
T2
Trey Mullinax
USA
-15
74
68
62
69
273

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Round 3 - Zach Johnson & Andrew Landry hold 1-shot lead in Texas

April 21, 2018

Zach Johnson birdied the par-5 18th Saturday at the Valero Texas Open for a share of the third-round lead with Andrew Landry, a stroke ahead of record-setting Trey Mullinax.

Johnson shot a 4-under 68, holing a 10-footer on 18 to match Landry at 13-under 203 at TPC San Antonio's AT&T Oaks. Landry birdied the 16th and 17th in a 67.

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Johnson won the event in 2008 and 2009, the last two times it was played at LaCantera. The 42-year-old Iowan is trying to win for the first time since the 2015 British Open.

''I've got 18 holes to get to that point,'' Johnson said. ''I've got to do exactly what I did on the back side and that was give myself opportunities on every hole. I'm putting great, I'm seeing the lines well, my caddie's reading the greens well, so it's just a matter of committing and executing down the stretch.''

The 30-year-old Landry is winless on the tour.

''I'm a good putter and I just need to give myself a lot of opportunities tomorrow like I did today,'' Landry said. ''I'll be looking forward to tomorrow.''

Mullinax had a course-record 62. He played the back nine in 7-under 29, going 6 under on the last five with eagles on the par-5 14th and 18th and birdies on 16 and 17. He also birdied Nos. 10 and 12 and bogeyed 11.

''It's probably one of the best rounds I've ever had,'' Mullinax said. ''To go out there and shoot 62 on a hard golf course is really good.''

Johnson played the front nine in even par with two birdies and two bogeys. He birdied Nos. 11, 14, 15 and 18 on the back nine.

''Different wind today early on, misjudged some numbers, misjudged some wind, made some bad swings, all of the above,'' Johnson said. ''But truthfully, my short game was actually pretty good, my putting was great. I missed some putts, but I hit some really good ones, hit some lines and I gave myself opportunities especially on the back side.''

Landry had a bogey-free round.

''I just did everything really good,'' Landry said. ''I was staying patient and just trying to make a bunch of pars. This golf course can come up and bite you in a heartbeat.''

Ryan Moore was two strokes back at 11 under after a 70. Sean O'Hair had a 65 to join 2015 champion Jimmy Walker (67), Chris Kirk (68) and 2013 winner Martin Laird (69) at 9 under.

''I just feel like I'm getting closer and closer to playing better and better golf, more solid golf, putting rounds together,'' Walker said. ''I'm excited for the opportunity tomorrow.''

Mullinax has made 42 of 44 putts from inside 10 feet this week.

''They just kind of remind me of greens from home,'' Mullinax said. ''My caddie, David (Flynn), has been reading them really well. We trusted each other on our reads and I've been hitting good putts. Been working hard on putting on the weeks off that I've had so it's good to see some results.''

The 25-year-old former Alabama player chipped in for the eagle on 14 and the birdie on the par-3 16th.

''It was just a little bit down the hill,'' he said about the 16th. ''All you had to do was just land it just past that little light grass spot. My caddie told me just read it like a putt, so I tried to just read it like a putt and it went in.''

On 18, he hit a 3-iron from 255 yards to 15 feet to set up his eagle putt. He broke the course record of 63 set by Matt Every in 201 and matched by Laird in 2013. The tournament record is 60 at LaCantera, by Bart Bryant in 2004 and Johnson in 2009.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
T1
Andrew Landry
USA
-13
69
67
67
203
T1
Zach Johnson
USA
-13
70
65
68
203
3
Trey Mullinax
USA
-12
74
68
62
204
4
Ryan Moore
USA
-11
68
67
70
205
T5
Chris Kirk
USA
-9
73
66
68
207
T5
Jimmy Walker
USA
-9
71
69
67
207
T5
Martin Laird
SCO
-9
73
65
69
207
T5
Sean O'Hair
USA
-9
72
70
65
207
T9
Grayson Murray
USA
-8
67
69
72
208
T9
Richy Werenski
USA
-8
72
68
68
208
T11
Andrew Putnam
USA
-7
73
68
68
209
T11
Beau Hossler
USA
-7
71
69
69
209
T11
Billy Horschel
USA
-7
68
71
70
209
T11
J. T. Poston
USA
-7
72
69
68
209
T11
Joaquin Niemann
CHI
-7
72
70
67
209
T11
Vaughn Taylor
USA
-7
72
68
69
209

Round 2 - Zach Johnson & Ryan Moore leading heading into the weekend

April 20, 2018

Former British Open champ Zach Johnson played his way into a share of the lead at the halfway stage of the Texas Open, reeling off four straight birdies en route to a seven-under 65.

The 42-year-old has a history at this event, having won back-to-back titles in 2008 and 2009, the first two times he competed in it.

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"I felt really good coming into the week," said Johnson, who also won the 2007 Masters crown. "I hit solid shots.

"I was fixated on keeping the peddle down. I was striking it well. My driver was key. The confidence is there."

Under cloudy, windy conditions in San Antonio on Friday, he rolled in six birdies and an eagle to tie for the lead at nine-under 135 with fellow American Ryan Moore, who fired a five-under 67. They will be in the final group in Saturday's third round.

They are one stroke ahead of Andrew Landry and Grayson Murray, who shot 67 and 69, respectively.

Ben Crane (66), Martin Laird of Scotland (65) and Canada's David Hearn (68) are tied for fifth at six-under, three shots adrift of the leaders.

Both Johnson's win here came on a different course, LaCantera Golf Club, but the TPC San Antonio suits him just fine.

He is one of just four winners in tournament history, dating to 1922, to successfully defend the title, joining Bill Mehlhorn 1928-29, Arnold Palmer 1960-62 and Justin Leonard 2000-01.

The 2015 British Open winner holed out of a greenside bunker at the fifth hole for an eagle-two, his second eagle of the week. On the par-four 15th he hit his 173-yard approach to 15 feet then sank the putt for his fourth straight birdie.

Johnson has made the cut in all 12 starts this season as he aims for his 13th win on the USPGA Tour.

He said if there is more wind in Saturday's round it is not going to throw him off.

"I am not afraid of the wind," Johnson said. "I played well and relished in the wind -- what do you call it The Open Championship or some of those other tournaments I played in. It doesn't matter. It is hard for everybody if there is wind."

Moore shot his second straight bogey free round on Friday after posting a 68 on Thursday.

"My distance control has been great and really my ball-striking has been really nice the last few weeks," Moore said. "The putter just kind of hasn't been co-operating."

Except on the sixth and 17th holes when he rolled in birdie putts from more than 14 feet.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
Total
T1
Ryan Moore
USA
-9
68
67
135
T1
Zach Johnson
USA
-9
70
65
135
T3
Andrew Landry
USA
-8
69
67
136
T3
Grayson Murray
USA
-8
67
69
136
T5
Ben Crane
USA
-6
72
66
138
T5
David Hearn
CAN
-6
70
68
138
T5
Martin Laird
SCO
-6
73
65
138
T8
Billy Horschel
USA
-5
68
71
139
T8
Chesson Hadley
USA
-5
68
71
139
T8
Chris Kirk
USA
-5
73
66
139
T8
Denny McCarthy
USA
-5
72
67
139
T8
Keegan Bradley
USA
-5
68
71
139

Round 1 - Grayson Murray takes in Texas

April 19, 2018

Grayson Murray fixed a flaw in his swing and hit the ball well enough that blustery conditions weren't an issue for him Thursday in the Valero Texas Open.

Coming off a missed cut at Hilton Head last week, Murray made seven birdies for a 5-under 67 and a one-shot lead. His only mistake was a double bogey from a greenside bunker on the par-3 seventh hole.

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''Just the fact I did give myself enough opportunities today for birdie, it took a lot of pressure off,'' Murray said.

Of the five players at 68, only Chesson Hadley played in the morning side of the draw, and he called it among his best rounds of the year because of gusts. The wind died in the afternoon and scoring improved slightly on the AT&T Oaks Course at the TPC San Antonio. Keegan Bradley, Ryan Moore, Billy Horschel and Matt Atkins each posted 68. Horschel and Moore played bogey-free.

''Struck the ball really well, something that we've been working hard on,'' Horschel said. ''Could have been better, yeah. I didn't really make anything out there today. But I'm happy with it.''

Sergio Garcia, who consulted Greg Norman on the design of the course, played the Texas Open for the first time since 2010 and shot a 74. Adam Scott failed to make a birdie in his round of 75. Scott is at No. 59 in the world and needs to stay in the top 60 by May 21 to be exempt for the U.S. Open.

Harris English was in the group at 69, while two-time Texas Open champion Zach Johnson, Nick Watney and Brandt Snedeker were among those at 70. Johnson saved his round by going 5 under over his final five holes, starting with a 12-foot eagle putt on the par-5 14th hole. He birdied the last three.

Murray was coming off a pair of top 15s at Bay Hill and the Houston Open when his game got away from his last week in the RBC Heritage, and he shots 74-70 to miss the cut. He got that sorted out in the five days between teeing it up in San Antonio.

He said he was coming down too steep, which meant he would flip his hands and hit a sharp draw or pull out of it and hit it short and right.

''I was hitting each club 10 yards shorter than I normally do, and you can't play like that because your caddie is trying to give you a number and a club, and you keep hitting these bad shots or keep coming up short,'' Murray said. ''I got back to the basics with the setup and the takeaway, got my club in a better position at the top, which kind of frees my downswing. Then I can start going at it.''

Even so, Murray thought he wasted his good start - three birdies in his six holes - when his bunker shot at No. 7 came out with no spin and rolled off the green into a deep swale. He hit his third short to about 7 feet, but missed the putt and took double bogey.

''I would have loved to limit that to a bogey because bogeys don't really kill you - doubles are the ones that now you've got to have an eagle or two birdies to come back with, and out here it's kind of tough to make birdies,'' Murray said. ''But I kept my head. My caddie keeps me very positive out there, that's why I think we could finish 4 under the last nine holes.''

Only 34 players in the 156-man field managed to break par.

Horschel missed four birdie chances inside 18 feet on the back nine. What pleased him the most was the way he struck the ball, particularly after his tie for fifth last week at the RBC Heritage. Horschel was one shot behind going into the last round and closed with a 72.

But he's all about momentum, and he can only hope this is the start of one of his runs. Horschel won the FedEx Cup in 2014 when he finished second and won the final two playoff events.

''I'm a big momentum player. I've got to get the train moving forward,'' he said. ''I've always been a guy who gets on a little roll, get that train moving and jump in that winner's circle.''

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
1
Grayson Murray
USA
-5
67
T2
Billy Horschel
USA
-4
68
T2
Chesson Hadley
USA
-4
68
T2
Keegan Bradley
USA
-4
68
T2
Matt Atkins
USA
-4
68
T2
Ryan Moore
USA
-4
68
T7
Andrew Landry
USA
-3
69
T7
Harris English
USA
-3
69
T7
Jon Curran
USA
-3
69
T7
Joshua Creel
USA
-3
69
T7
Roberto Diaz
MEX
-3
69

Scores

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
Andrew Landry
USA
-17
69
67
67
68
271
T2
Sean O'Hair
USA
-15
72
70
65
66
273
T2
Trey Mullinax
USA
-15
74
68
62
69
273
4
Jimmy Walker
USA
-14
71
69
67
67
274
5
Zach Johnson
USA
-13
70
65
68
72
275
6
Joaquin Niemann
CHI
-12
72
70
67
67
276
7
Ryan Moore
USA
-11
68
67
70
72
277
T8
Andrew Putnam
USA
-10
73
68
68
69
278
T8
Chris Kirk
USA
-10
73
66
68
71
278
T8
Kevin Streelman
USA
-10
74
68
69
67
278
T11
Ben Crane
USA
-9
72
66
74
67
279
T11
Billy Horschel
USA
-9
68
71
70
70
279
T11
Martin Laird
SCO
-9
73
65
69
72
279
T11
Richy Werenski
USA
-9
72
68
68
71
279
15
Brandt Snedeker
USA
-8
70
72
68
70
280
T16
Aaron Baddeley
AUS
-7
71
71
68
71
281
T16
David Hearn
CAN
-7
70
68
73
70
281
T16
Grayson Murray
USA
-7
67
69
72
73
281
T16
Vaughn Taylor
USA
-7
72
68
69
72
281
T20
Chesson Hadley
USA
-5
68
71
71
73
283
T20
Denny McCarthy
USA
-5
72
67
74
70
283
T20
Dylan Frittelli
RSA
-5
72
71
68
72
283
T20
Johnson Wagner
USA
-5
72
72
70
69
283
T20
Nick Watney
USA
-5
70
72
70
71
283
T20
Retief Goosen
RSA
-5
73
71
70
69
283
T26
Corey Conners
CAN
-4
70
74
70
70
284
T26
J. J. Spaun
USA
-4
72
70
71
71
284
T26
Jim Furyk
USA
-4
71
73
71
69
284
T26
Keith Mitchell
USA
-4
70
72
72
70
284
T30
Austin Cook
USA
-3
70
74
69
72
285
T30
Brendan Steele
USA
-3
70
74
69
72
285
T30
Ernie Els
RSA
-3
73
69
71
72
285
T30
J. T. Poston
USA
-3
72
69
68
76
285
T30
Jamie Lovemark
USA
-3
75
69
72
69
285
T30
Kevin Chappell
USA
-3
72
72
67
74
285
T36
Brian Stuard
USA
-2
71
69
75
71
286
T36
Harris English
USA
-2
69
72
73
72
286
T36
Jason Kokrak
USA
-2
74
70
69
73
286
T36
Kevin Tway
USA
-2
72
71
69
74
286
T36
Nicholas Lindheim
USA
-2
74
67
72
73
286
T36
Ollie Schniederjans
USA
-2
71
71
72
72
286
T36
Sam Ryder
USA
-2
73
71
68
74
286
T36
Troy Merritt
USA
-2
73
70
71
72
286
T36
Zac Blair
USA
-2
73
69
71
73
286
T45
Ben Martin
USA
-1
73
72
71
71
287
T45
Benjamin Silverman
CAN
-1
71
73
73
70
287
T45
Hunter Mahan
USA
-1
73
72
70
72
287
T45
K. J. Choi
KOR
-1
73
69
71
74
287
T45
Keegan Bradley
USA
-1
68
71
72
76
287
T45
Si-Woo Kim
KOR
-1
71
74
71
71
287
T51
Beau Hossler
USA
Par
71
69
69
79
288
T51
Danny Lee
NZL
Par
76
68
70
74
288
T51
David Lingmerth
SWE
Par
75
68
74
71
288
T51
Graeme McDowell
NIR
Par
72
71
71
74
288
T51
Matt Kuchar
USA
Par
71
72
73
72
288
T51
Ricky Barnes
USA
Par
73
71
72
72
288
T51
Zecheng Dou
CHN
Par
71
71
73
73
288
T58
Abraham Ancer
USA
1
70
73
74
72
289
T58
Adam Schenk
USA
1
71
71
72
75
289
T58
Anirban Lahiri
IND
1
76
68
73
72
289
T58
Daniel Summerhays
USA
1
74
70
71
74
289
T58
Julian Suri
USA
1
74
71
69
75
289
T58
Lanto Griffin
USA
1
78
67
71
73
289
T64
Andrew Yun
USA
2
73
72
72
73
290
T64
Charley Hoffman
USA
2
72
73
71
74
290
T64
Joshua Creel
USA
2
69
72
73
76
290
T64
Peter Malnati
USA
2
75
69
73
73
290
T68
Matt Atkins
USA
4
68
73
71
80
292
T68
Michael Thompson
USA
4
72
73
70
77
292
T68
Rod Pampling
AUS
4
72
70
73
77
292
T68
Steve Marino
USA
4
73
68
74
77
292
72
Ethan Tracy
USA
8
72
72
73
79
296
MDF
Cameron Champ
USA
2
72
72
74
-
218
MDF
Xander Schauffele
USA
2
75
70
73
-
218
MDF
Bill Haas
USA
3
73
72
74
-
219
MDF
Brandon Harkins
USA
3
72
73
74
-
219
MDF
Hudson Swafford
USA
3
72
72
75
-
219
MDF
Joel Dahmen
USA
3
74
71
74
-
219
MDF
John Senden
AUS
4
74
70
76
-
220
MDF
Brice Garnett
USA
8
72
73
79
-
224
CUT
Billy Hurley III
USA
2
72
74
-
-
146
CUT
Brian Gay
USA
2
74
72
-
-
146
CUT
Fabian Gomez
ARG
2
73
73
-
-
146
CUT
Jonathan Byrd
USA
2
73
73
-
-
146
CUT
Luke List
USA
2
72
74
-
-
146
CUT
Martin Flores
USA
2
75
71
-
-
146
CUT
Nate Lashley
USA
2
75
71
-
-
146
CUT
Nick Taylor
CAN
2
76
70
-
-
146
CUT
Pat Perez
USA
2
72
74
-
-
146
CUT
Roberto Diaz
MEX
2
69
77
-
-
146
CUT
Russell Knox
SCO
2
74
72
-
-
146
CUT
Sergio Garcia
ESP
2
74
72
-
-
146
CUT
Wesley Bryan
USA
2
75
71
-
-
146
CUT
Bronson Burgoon
USA
3
74
73
-
-
147
CUT
Cameron Percy
AUS
3
75
72
-
-
147
CUT
Cameron Tringale
USA
3
74
73
-
-
147
CUT
Conrad Shindler
USA
3
75
72
-
-
147
CUT
Curtis Reed
USA
3
74
73
-
-
147
CUT
Dominic Bozzelli
USA
3
75
72
-
-
147
CUT
Kevin Na
USA
3
77
70
-
-
147
CUT
Kyle Thompson
USA
3
73
74
-
-
147
CUT
Mackenzie Hughes
CAN
3
72
75
-
-
147
CUT
Matthew Every
USA
3
72
75
-
-
147
CUT
Patrick Rodgers
USA
3
75
72
-
-
147
CUT
Ryan Palmer
USA
3
71
76
-
-
147
CUT
Sang-Moon Bae
KOR
3
71
76
-
-
147
CUT
Scott Piercy
USA
3
74
73
-
-
147
CUT
Stephan Jaeger
GER
3
76
71
-
-
147
CUT
Sung-Hoon Kang
KOR
3
76
71
-
-
147
CUT
Talor Gooch
USA
3
75
72
-
-
147
CUT
Tyler Duncan
USA
3
73
74
-
-
147
CUT
Adam Scott
AUS
4
75
73
-
-
148
CUT
Greg Chalmers
AUS
4
77
71
-
-
148
CUT
J. B. Holmes
USA
4
73
75
-
-
148
CUT
John Huh
USA
4
75
73
-
-
148
CUT
Jonathan Randolph
USA
4
73
75
-
-
148
CUT
Martin Kaymer
GER
4
72
76
-
-
148
CUT
Peter Uihlein
USA
4
75
73
-
-
148
CUT
Rob Oppenheim
USA
4
75
73
-
-
148
CUT
Stewart Cink
USA
4
74
74
-
-
148
CUT
Tom Lovelady
USA
4
74
74
-
-
148
CUT
Xinjun Zhang
CHN
4
77
71
-
-
148
CUT
Brett Stegmaier
USA
5
75
74
-
-
149
CUT
John Peterson
USA
5
76
73
-
-
149
CUT
Jon Curran
USA
5
69
80
-
-
149
CUT
Matt Jones
AUS
5
72
77
-
-
149
CUT
Paul McConnell
USA
5
71
78
-
-
149
CUT
Ryan Armour
USA
5
72
77
-
-
149
CUT
Shawn Stefani
USA
5
75
74
-
-
149
CUT
Shubhankar Sharma
IND
5
76
73
-
-
149
CUT
Chad Campbell
USA
6
77
73
-
-
150
CUT
Chris Paisley
ENG
6
79
71
-
-
150
CUT
Geoff Ogilvy
AUS
6
73
77
-
-
150
CUT
Harold Varner III
USA
6
74
76
-
-
150
CUT
Martin Piller
USA
6
76
74
-
-
150
CUT
Meen-Whee Kim
KOR
6
78
72
-
-
150
CUT
Steve Wheatcroft
USA
6
73
77
-
-
150
CUT
Tom Hoge
USA
6
75
75
-
-
150
CUT
Aaron Wise
USA
7
78
73
-
-
151
CUT
Jesse Droemer
USA
7
74
77
-
-
151
CUT
Kris Blanks
USA
7
80
71
-
-
151
CUT
Scott Brown
USA
7
77
74
-
-
151
CUT
Tyrone van Aswegen
RSA
7
80
71
-
-
151
CUT
Jhonattan Vegas
VEN
8
81
71
-
-
152
CUT
Cheng Tsung Pan
TPE
9
78
75
-
-
153
CUT
Cody Gribble
USA
9
79
74
-
-
153
CUT
J. J. Henry
USA
9
78
75
-
-
153
CUT
Seamus Power
IRL
9
76
77
-
-
153
CUT
William McGirt
USA
9
82
71
-
-
153
CUT
Derek Fathauer
USA
11
82
73
-
-
155
CUT
Rick Lamb
USA
11
82
73
-
-
155
CUT
Troy Matteson
USA
13
74
83
-
-
157
CUT
Michael Kim
KOR
14
77
81
-
-
158
CUT
Robert Garrigus
USA
14
80
78
-
-
158
CUT
Steven Bowditch
AUS
21
83
82
-
-
165
RET
Chris Stroud
USA
Par
79
-
-
-
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