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Dylan Frittelli wins John Deere Classic


Groundskeepers work to keep JDC golf course perfect


Thom Cornelis looks ahead to the John Deere Classic with Joey Donia


PGA Rookie Viktor Hovland favored to win John Deere Classic


Zach Johnson looks to win 2nd Title at John Deere Classic


John Deere Classic hosts Youth Day


New internship program at TPC Deere Run


Ho Sung Choi coming to 2019 John Deere Classic


Total Body Care at JDC


DeChambeau to drop out of John Deere Classic


What you need to know for the John Deere Classic


Bryson DeChambeau wins John Deere Classic


JDC remembers volunteers who passed away


Long-time JDC volunteer looks back on decades of service


John Deere Classic hopes for third social media award in a row


Patrick Rodgers leading the JDC after third round


JDC Friday highlights and reaction


Local Volunteer Celebrates 46 Years at JDC


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