POTOMAC, Md. (AP) — Jason Day expected a grind on a rainy day at the Wells Fargo Championship. He got one, but his retooled swing held up for a 3-under 67 that expanded his lead to three shots over Max Homa. Day is seeking his first win since four years ago in this tournament at Quail Hollow. The Wells Fargo moved to TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm this year because its usual venue is hosting the Presidents Cup in September. Homa played with Day and shot 66. Denny McCarthy, Luke List, Kurt Kitayama and James Hahn were four shots back.
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