Rory McIlroy in Three-Way Tie Atop BMW Leaderboard

After looking like Superman for most of the summer, Rory McIlroy had been more of a Clark Kent during the first two weeks of the FedExCup Championship - good, but nothing special. The Northern Irishman of Steel looked like he was ready to put the cape back on Thursday at Cherry Hills in Denver, posting … Continue reading Rory McIlroy in Three-Way Tie Atop BMW Leaderboard

Chris Kirk Takes Deutsche Bank Title; FedEx Lead

Chris Kirk played a bogey-free fourth round on Labor Day in Boston, giving him the Deutsche Bank Championship title and the lead in the FedExCup as the post-season tournament heads for its third stop. Kirk's 5-under 66 took him to 15-under for the tournament, giving him a 2-stroke lead over Australia's Geoff Oglivy and Americans … Continue reading Chris Kirk Takes Deutsche Bank Title; FedEx Lead

Russell Henley Takes Deustche Bank Lead; McIlory Lurking

Russell Henley's 6-under 65 saw him jump from fifth to first on the Deutsche Bank Championship leaderboard, but it was the play of world No. 1 Rory McIlroy that captured even more attention. Henley is 12-under, giving him a 1-stroke lead over Billy Horschel with 18 holes to go, while McIlroy is tied for third … Continue reading Russell Henley Takes Deustche Bank Lead; McIlory Lurking

Jason Day Surges to First-Place Tie with Ryan Palmer at Deutsche Bank

Ryan Palmer was 8 strokes worse on Saturday than he had been on Friday at the Deustche Bank Championship at the TPC Boston. Remarkably, that kept him tied for first place in the second of the FedExCup Playoffs. Palmer and Australian Jason Day lead the field with matching 8-under 134s after two rounds. ¬†While Palmer … Continue reading Jason Day Surges to First-Place Tie with Ryan Palmer at Deutsche Bank