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The season long race for the FedEx Cup is drawing to a close, as the playoffs kick off this week with The Barclays. With elimination occurring after each tournament, the 125-man field will be keen to get tear up The Plainfield Country Club in quest for important increased FedEx Cup points.

Justin Rose is in great from of late having…

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August 23

Chris DiMarco, the American who finished second at three Majors in a three-year period, turns 47. DiMarco won three PGA tournaments between 2000-2002. He reached No. 6 in the world in 2005.

Todd Fischer, a four-time professional winner, turns 46. Fischer had four Top 3 finishes on the PGA Tour.

August 24

Rich Beem, the 2002 PGA Championship winner, turns 45….

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Arguably the most exciting four-week stretch of the PGA Tour begins this week with The Barclays, the 125-man first leg of the FedEx Cup Championship.

This year’s tournament is being played at Plainfield Country Club

World No. 1 and current FedEx Cup leader Jordan Spieth will tee off on the back nine at 8:26 a.m.

A little more than an hour prior…

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To no one’s surprise, Jordan Spieth is the No. 1 ranked player in the FedEx Cup standings to start the four-week post-season, but that doesn’t mean he can’t still fall by the wayside.

Spieth has a whopping 1,710-point lead over second-place Jason Day and 1,762 points over Bubba Watson. No other player is within 2,100 points of him.

But those leads…

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They all wanted to know if the old guy still had enough for one more title.

He did, just not the old guy they were talking about.

On a weekend largely dedicated to 39-year-old Tiger Woods, it was instead 51-year-old Davis Love III capturing the imagination of the American golf scene, winning the Wyndham Championship with a final-round 64 to finish…

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David Horsey overcame everything – losing his lead, a late charge by a local favorite, and an agonizing three-putt from eight feet out  – to win the Made in Demark Challenge, going wire to wire for his fourth European Tour title on Sunday.

After watching his lead slide from seven strokes to just one on Saturday, the Englishman fell out…

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Tiger Woods will have to come from behind to win his first tournament in more than two years, thanks to two players recording 62s Saturday during the third round of the Wyndham Championships.

American Jason Gore fired one of those 62s, rising from 16th to first in the process, sitting at 15-under with a two-stroke lead over three players. Gore…

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Three bogeys on the back nine and a 65 from Australia’s Terry Pilkadaris have made things way too interesting for David Horsey heading into Sunday at the Made in Denmark Challenge.

The Englishman, who led the tournament by as much as seven strokes at points on Saturday, now holds just a 1-stroke lead heading into the final 18 holes.

Already 12-under…

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Tiger Woods used an eagle on No. 15 to tie for the lead midway through the Wyndham Championships, sitting 11-under and knotted with PGA rookie Tom Hoge at the top of the leader board.

It’s the first time in more than two years that Woods has led a tournament. The last time was at the WGC-Bridgestone in 2013, also his…

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England’s David Horsey extended his lead to three strokes by firing a 4-under 67 on Friday at the Made in Denmark Challenge.

He has a 3-stroke lead over fellow Englishman John Parry and Australia’s Richard Green, who shot the low round of the day, a 6-under 65 to jump from 14th to second.

Parry shot a 67 to follow up his…

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