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Harold Varner III struggles to 81 in final round of PGA Championship

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. - Harold Varner III is a regular guy, and Sunday he found himself doing something a lot of regular guys have done.

Searching for a golf ball in the woods at Bethpage Black.

Problem was, he was in the final pairing of the PGA Championship, tied for second and playing alongside the tremendous Brooks Koepka, who began the round with the largest 54-hole lead (seven strokes) in the history of

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