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Bryson DeChambeau edged Patrick Rodgers to win the John Deere Classic on Sunday in Silvis. 

DeChambeau hit a clutch birdie on No. 18 to pull into a tie at 18-under with Rodgers, who still had two holes to go. The ball rolled up to the hole at just the right speed but possibly a little right, then dropped left into the cup at the last second.

Rodgers finished with a bogey on No. 17 and missed a chip for birdie by four inches on No. 18 to clinch the title for DeChambeau, who shot 65 on Sunday.

"I've just been working so hard my whole life to try and do this, and to finally have it happen at the John Deere, where I started, pretty much, a couple years ago is just incredible," an emotional DeChambeau told CBS Sports on Local 4 WHBF-TV. "I can't thank Clair Peterson enough for what he's done, giving me an exemption a couple years ago. It's a pretty cool honor."

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Our team has been bringing you great John Deere Classic stories all week, as you can see from all of our links from the links below.

Whether you are at work, in your living room or at the course, you can follow the scores of the tournament at TPC Deere Run with our live leaderboard.

Today at 1:30 p.m., join Local 4 for "On the Tee," a local JDC special leading into the CBS Sports coverage at 2 p.m.

Immediately below, we've highlighted a couple of our series from the week. Find our expanded coverage on our John Deere Classic page

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Jay Kidwell tweeted some videos down the stretch on Sunday.




Dan Vasko and Adam Rossow were live from Round 3 on Saturday. Follow Local 4 and Fox 18 on Facebook for more live videos from our team.

Carie Kuehn, Rachel Gollhardt and Jay Kidwell made the cut on Friday.


Dan Vasko and Adam Rossow were live from the course Thursday morning. Follow Local 4 and Fox 18 on Facebook for more live videos from our team.

And Charles Howell III talked with Jay Kidwell after his Thursday morning low round of 8-under 63. Follow Local 4 and Fox 18 and our team on Twitter for live updates from the course. 

But I can tell you want more. So here are links to additional coverage from earlier this week, pulled from 4 before 4, our daily news wrap-up to get you ready for Local 4 News at 4. There has been so much golf coverage this week we should have renamed it 4 before... fore! 


+ It's cut day at the John Deere Classic, and it's been hovering around 2-under. Charles Howell III was the co-leader after the first round, and no one in the morning went beyond a stroke past him before he teed off alongside Zach Johnson, who continued his impressive JDC play. Howell's partner at the top, Ollie Schniederjans, shot a 74. Meanwhile, two golfers with local ties and large galleries got their first taste of the PGA Tour.

The John Deere Classic brings money, exposure and thousands of people to the entire Quad Cities area. How much? James Sears found out. 

Want to see the JDC in style? Redrick Terry tells you where to go. Our featured volunteer Joe Cavins will watch your car. Want to keep an eye on scores while on the go? Use our leaderboard. 

Speaking of luxury, have you seen inside the charter jet the golfers take to British Open? Carie Kuehn has.

The third entry of Jim Niedelman's Fantastic Four at TPC Deere Run is Timber Ridge, and it brings the lumber with a side of sand. Skip the beach vacation.


+ There are still plenty of golfers on the course for Round 1. Charles Howell III is the leader at 8-under 63 after the morning round, with three others two shots behind. You can follow along if you're not at TPC Deere Run -- or even if you are -- on our live leaderboard.

+ In Silvis, home to TPC Deere Run, it's not just the businesses that benefit. James Sears has the story.

Zach Johnson likes the John Deere Classic. And he usually plays well. So he may or may not have been this writer's pick to win when put on the spot by Adam Rossow this morning.




+ We have so much John Deere Classic coverage, I'm not sure it all fits on one page. But we tried. And just in case, we've compiled all of the JDC links from the past week here.


+ The John Deere Classic had a wet start this morning. Take a peek at the forecast for the next few days. Also worth a look: The Fantastic Four at TPC Deere Run. Jim Niedelman is taking you to the holes that don't get the spotlight, but stand out in their own way. First up: No. 2. A lot goes into maintaining that beauty. Carie Kuehn has the details.

Zach Johnson was back at the course and he brought a traveling companion: The Ryder Cup. Defending champion Ryan Moore met the media as well. A name you might not know but is just as vital to the tourney is today's featured volunteer: Carol "CJ" Johnson.

It was rainy today, but the kids were alright on "Youth Day" Tuesday. Redrick Terry was there.

Tee times for Thursday are available here. Full coverage of the John Deere Classic can be found here all week.


+ Do you know when Zach Johnson, Bubba Watson, Steve Stricker and Ryan Moore tee off at the John Deere Classic on Thursday? Now you do. Tee times for TPC Deere Run were announced Tuesday. Volunteers from all around the world join in on the tourney prep. Meanwhile, some young golfers got some great experience with the professionals. And for one pro golfer, the JDC is more than just a tournament. Mayra Cordova tells the story of how Jason Bohn helps young cancer patients

Full coverage of the John Deere Classic can be found here all week.


+ It's John Deere Classic week, and the Agronomy team at TPC Deere Run has been preparing for this tournament since the end of last year's: "We're just ready to go and attack whatever's presented to us," said TPC Deere Run Superintendent Alex Stuedemann. Tournament chair Pat Shouse says it's the little details that make all the difference during the JDC. For the pros, is it the superfoods? Follow our coverage all week at

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