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The Once and Future WGA Open Champion

After an epic battle that came down to the final round, Brian Gray - a three time prior WGA Open champion - won the 2014 Western Golf Alliance Open. Gray tied for the lead early during the second round, but only had a one stroke lead with four others in striking distance until late into the final day. More information


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