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Topic - Bellsouth
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Henrik Stenson had been absent from two big golf markets in America for longer than he would care to remember.
Phil Mickelson is playing the week before the U.S. Open to make sure his game is sharp as possible, particularly after not playing very well at the Masters after taking off before that major.
The 15 times John Daly has made 10 or higher on a hole on the PGA Tour:
The 42-year-old former Arizona State star has led after each round, opening with a 60 and shooting a 65 on Friday. He fell a stroke short of the tour record for the first 54 holes, and matched the tournament mark set by Mark Calcavecchia in 2001.
The way Dustin Johnson began the final round of The Barclays, he figured the only thing that could keep him from winning was the rain.
Phil Mickelson outdueled Scott Verplank on Sunday to win the Houston Open, his first victory since last year's Masters.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Break out the umbrellas for rain, and the white flags for Tiger Woods.