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Now that the dust has settled, a look back at possibly the most successful John Deere Classic ever.

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

Golf fans in the Quad Cities may not get to see a few of their favorites play in person next year. Today, the John Deere Classic announced the PGA Tournament will be held the second week of August instead of July because golf will return to the Olympics.

If attendance on the first day is any indication, this could be one of the best years ever for the John Deere Classic. 

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

Now that his first PGA tournament is over, East Moline native Zack Vervaecke hopes to play in another. The golf pro and general manager of a club in Florida did not make the cut at the John Deere Classic, finishing at five over par over two rounds.

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

Now that his first PGA tournament is over, East Moline native Zack Vervaecke hopes to play in another. The golf pro and general manager of a club in Florida did not make the cut at the John Deere Classic, finishing at five over par over two rounds.

River Bandits Thank Fans

Jul 9, 2015
Quad Cities River Bandits

If you had tickets for the June 29th game between the Quad Cities River Bandits and Beloit Snappers, chances are you had a tough time finding an open spot in the bleachers. That's because the River Bandits gave away dozens of free tickets for that night's game.

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

Jackets and sweatshirts replaced short-sleeved shirts and shorts at the John Deere Classic today.

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

Past champions Zach Johnson and Jordan Spieth are ready to compete this week at the 45th annual John Deere Classic in the Quad Cities. The golfers spoke to reporters today in Silvis at TPC Deere Run before tomorrow's pro-am.

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

John Deere will continue to sponsor the annual professional golf tournament in the Quad Cities. This morning at world headquarters in Moline, the company and PGA announced a seven year extension that will take the John Deere Classic through 2023.

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

Jordan Spieth's caddie told tales of the PGA Tour to hundreds of women at the John Deere Classic.

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