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Sentences forGeorge McNeill
- Simpson won the championship by three strokes over George McNeill, carding a final round of 67, which included three birdies and no bogeys.
- On 11 March 2012, the one-year anniversary of the Japan earthquake, Ishikawa finished runner-up to George McNeill in the Puerto Rico Open, his highest PGA Tour finish thus far.
- He won in a three-way playoff over George McNeill and Justin Leonard.
- Ángel Cabrera overcame a final-round 61 from George McNeill for his third PGA Tour win.
- Hansen qualified for the PGA Tour for 2007, capturing the fourth available spot, eight strokes off the winner, George McNeill, but failed to maintain his playing rights at the end of the season.
- He finished a stroke ahead of runners-up George McNeill and Tom Pernice Jr., and the victory automatically qualified him for the PGA Championship, where he finished in a tie for 34th place.
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