Max Homa weathers the storms to earn second Wells Fargo Championship title

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Keegan Bradley left the door cracked just enough for Max Homa and company, setting up for an entertaining final round of the weather-rocked Wells Fargo Championship.

Homa put the pressure on early with birdies on the first and fifth holes at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm while Bradley doubled the second and bogeyed the fourth. The winner of the 2011 PGA Championship bounced back and showed his grit with birdies on three of his next four holes as the two proceeded to trade blows all the way to the 18th green.

In the end it was Homa who emerged victorious at 8 under for his fourth PGA Tour win and second of the season following his title at the Fortinet Championship in September. The 31-year-old shot a 2-under 68 for his second Wells Fargo Championship win, the first coming in 2019 at the event’s usual home, Quail Hollow in Charlotte, North Carolina, the host of the Presidents Cup later this year.

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Bradley finished runner-up at 7 under, followed by Matt Fitzpatrick and Cameron Young, T-3 at 6 under. Rory McIlroy closed out the top five at 4 under.

Homa joins McIlroy (2010, 2015, 2021) as the only two players to win multiple Wells Fargo titles.