Canadians came away from the Valspar Championship with a couple of top-10 finishes at the on a windy day at the Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbor, Fla.
Graham DeLaet put up five birdies, including this one on 17, and a couple of bogeys to finish with a three-under 68, while Hearn finished with an even par 71.
Both finished in a tie for eighth at two-under, five behind eventual winner John Senden.
It’s the fifth top-10 for DeLaet in the 2013-14 season, while Hearn had his second top-10 in his last five events and third of the season.
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On the WebDotCom Tour, Toronto’s Albin Choi was top Canadian at the Brasil Champions after posting a fourth round 71in Sao Paulo to tie for 26th at 10 under, but Adam Hadwin, winner of last week’s Chile Classic, experienced dramatically different nines in his final round.
Hadwin made the turn at five under, but his fortunes changed quickly when he double bogeyed the 12th, then posted three consecutive bogeys on 15 through 17 before another double bogey on 18 to finish with a two over 73 that left him tied for 65th at four under.
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