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Ninety-nine of the top 100 players in the most recent FedEx Cup standings converge on TPC Boston starting Thursday for the second leg of the lucrative post-season tournament.

Only the top 70 of this field will move on, so the competition will be fierce, particularly at the top of the field where Jason Day has seized the points lead from…

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The PGA TOUR Playoffs head to TPC Boston this week for the Deutsche Bank Championship. The field has been reduced to just the top 100 players within the FedEx Cup standings, and only the top 70 will move onto the BMW Championship next. This week Rory Mcilroy returns to competition having missed the Barclays to regain full fitness after…

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September 1

Keith Clearwater, two-time PGA Tour tournament winner, turns 56.  Both of those wins came in his rookie year of 1987 – the Colonial and the Central Classic.

September 3

Dave Eichelberger, who has four wins on the PGA Tour and six on the Champions Tour, turns 72. He won the Greater Milwaukee Open twice (1971, 1977) as well as the…

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Rory McIlroy is back to being ranked No. 1 in the world thanks to Jordan Spieth missing the cut at last week’s The Barclays.

Just 0.1360 average points separates the two men, which means how they fare in the weeks ahead of the FedEx Cup, and McIlroy in the Race to Dubai, could conceivably see them flip-flop several more times.

McIlroy…

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If Jason Day isn’t careful, people are going to start claiming 2015 is his year, instead of that of Jordan Spieth.

While Spieth still leads Day in Majors won this year (2 to 1), the Australian chalked up his second massive victory in three weeks on Sunday – taking the Barclays, the first leg of the FedEx Cup – by…

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August 28

 Rick Fehr, a two-time winner on the PGA Tour, turns 53.  He won the 1986 BC Open and the 1994 Walt Disney World/Oldsmobile Classic.

Joakim Haeggman, a three-time winner on the European Tour, turns 46. The Swede won the 1993 Spanish Open, the 1997 Scandinavian Masters, and the 2004 Qatar Masters.

Lee Janzen, two-time winner of the US Open, turns…

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Belgium’s Thomas Pieters got hot at the right time, scoring a win at the Czech Masters Sunday to fight his way into the top 60 of the Race to Dubai standings released after the event’s conclusion.

Pieters has 447,766 points to rank 53rd in the standings. The top 60 players make the post-season tournament which commences in two months. The…

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Less than 24 hours after being hospitalized for a collapsed lung while playing golf, two-time Major winner John Daly was … playing golf.

Daly collapsed on the 18th tee at Deerfield Country Club in Canton, Mississippi, on Saturday. He was taken to a local hospital, tests and X-rays were run, and the collapsed lung was found.

Daly’s agent, Bud Martin, blamed…

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Thomas Pieters again didn’t let a two-stroke bungle wear him down, firing a final-round 69 to win the D+D Real Czech Masters on Sunday in Prague by three strokes.

After losing two strokes Saturday with a penalty for playing the wrong ball, Pieters struggled out of the gate with a double bogey on No. 3, and was 1-over going to…

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For a guy who wasn’t even going to play at The Barclays a few days ago, Jason Day sure is seeming to enjoy himself.

The PGA Championship winner fired a 7-under 63 Saturday in New York to forge a tie atop the leader board Korea’s Sang Moon Bae at 11-under.

Day 1 and 2 leader Bubba Watson is a stroke back…

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