Lucas Glover clinched his first PGA Tour win in more than a decade with a two-stroke victory at the John Deere Classic on Sunday.

Glover charged home at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois, with a seven-under 64 in the final round.

The American finished at 19 under, two shots clear of Ryan Moore (68) and Kevin Na (68), for his first win since 2011.

Glover, the 2009 U.S. Open champion, was two under for the round through 11 holes before a blistering finish.

He made four straight birdies before another at the 17th on his way to a fourth PGA Tour victory.

"It's been a long 10 years, been some struggles, I've had a couple of good years, but nothing like this, nothing where I had a real chance to win," Glover told the Golf Channel.

"It's great."

Adam Schenk (67), Luke List (68), Scott Brown (69) and overnight leader Sebastian Munoz (71) finished tied for fourth at 16 under.

Sebastian Munoz signed for a second successive score of 67 to sit one shot clear at the end of the third round of the John Deere Classic.

The Colombian, who has had three top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour this year, had a trio of birdies and no blemishes on his card after the turn on Saturday, good enough to lift him to 16 under par.

Having held a share of the lead with Chesson Hadley at the end of the first round, Munoz is now just ahead of Brandon Hagy, who also carded a 67.

The 28-year-old will hope to hold off his competitors and add to his solitary tournament win on the PGA Tour, which came at the Sanderson Farms Championship in 2019.

However, on a condensed leaderboard, there are five players sitting well within striking distance on 14 under.

Adam Long (64), Cameron Champ (65), Kevin Na (66) and Ryan Moore (68) are all in the group along with Scott Brown, who burst into contention thanks to a 63 that included a run of six birdies in seven holes.

Overnight leader Luke List had managed the same score as Brown on Friday to move into first place, but his third round did not go quite so well.

After mixing three birdies with the same number of bogeys from the eighth hole onwards in an eventful run either side of the turn, List reeled off five straight pars to close out an even-par 71 that leaves him on 13 under.

American duo Maverick McNealy and Chez Reavie are on that same score, along with Venezuelan Jhonattan Vegas.

John Deere Classic leader Luke List was delighted to be back out on the course and enjoying his golf after a tough time of things in his personal life.

List's newborn son Harrison was in intensive care after contracting a respiratory virus but is thankfully now home and recovering.

However, it was a difficult few weeks for List, who shot a 63 on Friday tomove a shot clear of joint overnight leader Sebastian Munoz.

"It was tough, but it's been amazing to come back," he said.

"Everyone has been asking and praying and thinking about us, so it's kind of cool.

"It's a big family out here, and it's nice to know that you've got everyone's support when it's not going great."

List's card showed eight birdies as he moved to 13 under for the tournament, one clear of Munoz after the Colombian's 67.

A group of seven players sit on 11 under in a tightly congested leaderboard. 

Colombian Sebastian Munoz and American Chesson Hadley are joint leaders after the opening day of the John Deere Classic in Illinois on Thursday.

Munoz, ranked 75th in the world, hit 17 of 18 greens in his eight-under round which included nine birdies, including five in a row to finish the day.

Hadley, who blew a four-shot lead heading into the final round at the Palmetto Championship three weeks ago, carded an eight-under-63 with eight birdies at the TPC Deere Run.

Hank Lebioda bogeyed on the final hole of the day to let slip a share of the opening day lead.

Lebioda is tied with Chez Reavie and Camilo Villegas at seven under after, marginally ahead of Ryan Moore who carded a six-under-65.

Last week's Rocket Mortgage Classic winner Cameron Davis is four strokes behind the leaders and in contention, landing an eagle on the second hole.

Kevin Na is also four under, with reigning champion Dylan Fritelli carding a three-under 68.

World number 16 Daniel Berger made a 45 foot putt on the ninth hole but finished two under.

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