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Topic - David Hearn
"Proud of the way I played," Hearn said. "Disappointed that it didn't quite go my way at the finish, but overall, played a really solid tournament. So it feels good for me to be in contention, and I feel like I've been playing some really good golf the last few months."
"My career has always had a certain progression, and I've always found a way to get competitive at the next level that I've been to," he said. "For me right now, it's just a matter of trying to continue that on, and as I've been on the PGA Tour for a few years now, I've gotten better at playing well in the bigger events."