BREAKING NEWS Leesburg native Billy Hurley III wins the Quicken Loans National by 3 strokes over Vijay Singh for his first PGA Tour victory.

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Leesburg native wins Quicken Loans National

Naval Academy graduate Billy Hurley III won his home Quicken Loans National on Sunday for his first PGA Tour title, shooting a 2-under 69 at Congressional for a three-stroke victory. Hurley grew up in Leesburg, Virginia, and lives in nearby Annapolis. He earned $1,242,000 and qualified for the British Open. He had never finished higher than a tied for fourth in a PGA Tour event.

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