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INNISBROOK, Fla., March 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Transitions Championship, in only its third year, today announced a field with 25 of the top 60 players according to the Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR), including #1 Martin Kaymer making his Transitions Championship debut and 2010 Transitions Championship winner and Player of the Year, Jim Furyk.
LEMONT, Ill., Sept. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Sean O'Hair scored a hole-in-one today during the third round of the BMW Championship, the third leg in the PGA TOUR Playoffs for the FedExCup.
Phil Mickelson came from behind Sunday to win Tour Championship and Tiger Woods, who was second, got a $10 million prize for winning the FedEx Cup points race. Mickelson shot a 5-under-par 65 for 9-under 271 and a three-shot spread over Woods, a six-time winner in 2009 who closed with a 70, good enough for his second FedEx Cup win in three years. The title was Mickelson's 37th on the PGA Tour and third this year.
Kenny Perry shot a 6-under 64 Saturday to move past second-round leader Tiger Woods and take the third-round lead of The Tour Championship. Perry finished 54 holes at 8-under 202. He is two strokes ahead of Woods, who had a 69 on Saturday, in the final event of the FedEx Cup playoffs.
Sean O'Hair took a large step toward capturing the FedEx Cup Thursday by grabbing a one-shot lead after 18 holes at the Tour Championship. O'Hair shot a 4-under 66 at the East Lake Golf Club, but found Tiger Woods, Padraig Harrington and Stewart Cink one shot back in the last of the PGA Tour's playoff events.
Tiger Woods won the 71st title of his PGA career Sunday -- an eight-shot victory in the BMW Championship in Illinois. Woods, who led by seven going into the final round, shot a 3-under-par 68 for an overall score of 19-under 265. Jim Furyk (66) and Marc Leishman (69) tied for second at 273.
Steve Stricker, who eagled the final hole, Retief Goosen and Sean O'Hair shared the third-round lead Sunday in the Deutsche Bank Championship in Massachusetts. The three were at 13-under-par 200 at the TPC Boston. Stricker rolled in a 5-foot eagle putt on the last hole and finished with a 6-under 65.
Jim Furyk and Sean O'Hair shared the lead Saturday after two rounds of the PGA's Deutsche Bank Championship. Furyk, who shared the first-round lead with Steve Stricker, shot a four-under 67 Saturday to match O'Hair, who had a 64 Saturday at 12-under-par 130 after 36 holes. Marc Leishman, who shot 62 Saturday to come within one stroke of the course record, is tied for third with Retief Goosen (67) at 10-under 132. World No.
Lucas Glover, winner of a lone PGA Tour event, emerged from a marathon of golf Friday with a one-shot lead early in the second round of the U.S.
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