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Topic - Ben Crane
Ben Crane's season came to an abrupt end Friday when he withdrew from The Barclays with a back injury.
Ben Crane was lucky to get into the FedEx Cup playoffs as the No. 125 seed. He missed the cut last week at the Wyndham Championship, and this was the first year that no one moved into the top 125 in the final event before the playoffs.
Ben Crane has withdrawn from the PGA Championship because of a back injury.
There's been a late change in the British Open field.
The disappointment for Paul Casey was not a 41 on the back nine Thursday that took him from the first page of the leaderboard at the British Open to his ninth consecutive round over par. It was not getting a chance to emulate Seve Ballesteros.
Robert Karlsson withdrew from the British Open on Wednesday, suggesting that he needs too much work on his game to play at Royal Lytham & St. Annes.
Robert Karlsson pulled out of the British Open, and so did Ben Crane.
Ben Crane had to wait until the end of the Arnold Palmer Invitational to make sure he was going to the Masters.
Ben Crane won the McGladrey Classic last fall to secure a spot at Kapalua for the Tournament of Champions.
The Humana Challenge suspended play midway through the third round Saturday after high winds caused damage on all three courses, toppling trees, blowing balls off the greens and knocking a scoreboard into a lake.
Ben Crane knew he was going home Monday to be with his wife for the birth of their third child. He had no reason to believe he would be bringing the McGladrey Classic trophy with him.
Nobody ever laughs much during U.S. Open week.
Rickie Fowler and Ben Crane followed big wins with losses in the Match Play Championship.
Matt Kuchar rose to No. 1 in the FedEx Cup standings after the first playoff event, and no one was quibbling about that. After a solid year, he beat one of the strongest fields of the year at The Barclays.
"I don't think _ I know _ that's too many points," Ben Crane said about the jumps made by Laird and Streelman. "We should aspire to answer the question of who's playing the best golf. You don't want to answer the question of who had a hot week. The jump probably should be more gentle. A big jump should be for playing great for two weeks."
"I can understand if we weren't playing a strong field," Ben Crane said. "But I think if you can win a tournament like this _ whoever you are _ it doesn't matter. You've done something pretty special. I think this should count for everything."