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Holmes holds one-stroke lead at Quail Hollow

Wells Fargo Championships

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Even with his best round of the year, Phil Mickelson knew it wouldn’t be enough for him to stay in the lead Saturday at the Wells Fargo Championship.
That was OK with Lefty.
All he wanted was a chance at Quail Hollow, and Mickelson hasn’t had a better chance to win all year.
Mickelson roared into contention by playing a six-hole stretch in 7-under par on the front nine, and keeping bogeys off his card with a wedge that danced around the cup on the 18th for a 9-under 63.
He was leading when he ...

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