You are not supposed to win PGA Tour events in three different decades – especially when 10 years have passed since you last won one – but that’s what Lucas Glover accomplished on Sunday at the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run with a two-stroke win over Kevin Na and Ryan Moore.

Glover shot a closing 64 with birdies at five of the last seven holes to race out in front, get in the house at 19 under and watch everyone behind him stumble home. It was a rarity for the PGA Tour. Normally at a point-and-shoot finale like this one on a soft track like TPC Deere Run, you don’t post early and hold on, but normally you don’t see a lot of 64s from golfers in contention.

The 2009 U.S. Open champion has always been an elite ball-striker. That’s what propelled him to a really impressive early part of his career, and…

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