Rodgers had led by two shots overnight and looked in command as he posted a third birdie in four holes at the 13th, but DeChambeau had other ideas.
"It's going to be a shootout because there's a lot of birdies to be made out here, and I'm going to have to make my fair share in order to stay at the top", Rodgers said.
Early Sunday the crowds at TPC Deere Run were in a fervor as one of their favorite sons blitzed his way to a familiar place atop the leaderboard. "Obviously, Bryson shot a great one".
Daniel Berger had a 63 to match Scott Stallings (64) at 14 under.
That proved to be the difference, as he finished a stroke behind Bryson DeChambeau.
Rodgers, meanwhile, had found trouble off the tee on the 17th and failed to recover as he dropped a shot. Include 2017 runner-up Patrick Rodgers, who also has a bright PGA Tour as he still searches for his first Tour victory, in that group. "Today was a day I had my chances and unfortunately down the stretch I couldn't make any". "All in all, if you told me at the start of the day that I'd have the same lead I started with, that's a positive thing". He won his first championship in a playoff on Sep. Six of those birdie putts came from inside 10 feet. The SMU alumnus finished the tournament with a four-round total of 266.
"In Memphis I drove the ball phenomenally".
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His first birdie arrived at the eighth and be began a superb back nine with back-to-back birdies, with two more following at the 13th and 14th.
Woods went on to win 79 PGA Tour events but Rodgers is still stuck on zero, with a second-place in 2015 his best result in 77 starts. He's shot back-to-back 64s after opening with a 71 on Thursday.
"The John Deere Classic always does a good job with their media stuff, so, I mean, like with their Twitter, being able to follow their guys close and kind of give like inside views of the course and preparations stuff like that, I think that's probably a reason", said Andrew Griffin.
Johnson, a Cedar Rapids, Iowa, native who won at TPC Deere Run in 2012 and notched six top-three finishes in his last eight appearances, again drew the biggest galleries.
Bernhard Langer missed out on fourth successive Constellation Senior Players Championship after running up a double-bogey 17th in the final round. Watson had a 68 and was tied for 57th at 6 under.
"It's pretty special to have my first win to be here, and it's many thanks to him".