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The Tour Report

July 7 2013

8:17 PM

Blixt opens two-stroke advantage

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va. -- Jonas Blixt just drained a 6-footer for birdie at the 16th hole to take sole possession of the lead at The Greenbrier Classic at 13 under.

Minutes later, Johnson Wagner bogeyed the 15th hole, his third on the back nine, and suddenly Blixt's lead is two strokes. Joining Wagner at 11 under are his playing partner Jimmy Walker and Steven Bowditch, who has played 17 holes.

Wagner's tee shot on the par 3 landed in the rough beside the greenside bunker, he chipped long to 33 feet and missed the putt for par.