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Reed wins Wyndham Championship

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GREENSBORO, NC (TheSpread) – It took a few extra holes, but Patrick Reed ultimately won the Wyndham Championship, beating Jordan Spieth in a playoff.

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Both men finishing the tournament at -14 overall as Reed shot a 66 on Sunday and Spieth shot a 65. It took two playoff holes before Reed bested Spieth to collect the final win before the FedEx Cup Playoffs.

According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Reed had 66/1 odds to win this tournament, which means a wager of $100 on him to win will pay out an additional $6,600.

Both Reed and Spieth finished two shots ahead of the rest of the field. Brian Harman and John Huh each tied for third by coming in at -12 for the tournament. Harman posted a 66 on Sunday while Huh shot a 68.

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2013 Wyndham Championship Top 5 Results

1 Patrick Reed -14 (266)*

2 Jordan Spieth -14 (266)

T3 Brian Harman -12 (268)

T3 John Huh -12 (268)

T5 Matt Every -11 (269)

T5 Zach Johnson -11 (269)

T5 Matt Jones -11 (269)

*Won in a playoff

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