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Wire-to-wire is a term used in competitive events and sports for a champion who maintained the lead during an entire competition. The term is most commonly associated with golf referencing a player who wins a title while holding the lowest score at the close of each round.
- Doug Ferguson (2016-04-10). "Danny Willett wins Masters after Jordan Spieth's shocking stumble". PGA.com. Retrieved 2016-04-12.
- Doug Ferguson (2016-03-20). "Day closes out wire-to-wire victory at Bay Hill". Golf Channel. Retrieved 2016-04-12.
- Do-Hyoung Park (2016-04-06). "Women’s golf leads from wire to wire in dominant Silverado Showdown showing". Stanford Daily. Retrieved 2016-04-12.
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