What it means: Hadwin started the day with a four-shot lead, and while he and Cantlay separated from the pack the Canadian never appeared to be in danger.
Hadwin was content to plot his way cautiously around the Copperhead Course at Innisbrook from the outset, making pars at the first five holes before a poor drive at the six led to a bogey, but Cantlay dropped a shot at the same hole to offset his birdie at the first. His sand shot was short of the hole, leaving him about a 15-foot putt for par. This was the UCLA's product second start of the season - T48 four weeks ago at the AT&T Pro-Am - and just his third in the last two-and-a-quarter years (76th- and last-place finish at the OHL Classic in November 2014). When Cantlay missed his par putt, Hadwin tapped in for the win. Hadwin hit his third shot a foot from the hole. Valspar was just his second start on that extension (Cantlay tied for 48th at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and received eight FedEx Cup points and $17,897).
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Best of the rest: No one came within three shots of Finau, but Bozzelli's 4-under 67 earned him a career-best finish on Tour.
The 29-year-old has never recorded a win on the PGA Tour and he will be hoping to avoid a repeat of the recent CareerBuilder Challenge, where he was unable to close out victory despite heading into the final day with a two-shot lead.