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Two-time Masters champion Bernhard Langer says the debate over putting with long clubs is far from over.
Sure enough, putting was all the rage Thursday in the World Challenge.
Lee Westwood shot an 11-under 61 on Saturday for a share of the third-round lead with Louis Oosthuizen in the HSBC Champions.
Rickie Fowler strolled from the 18th green to the scoring tent, hoping a brief smile would shroud anyone's doubts about finally making the Tour Championship. Turns out, he did it anyway Sunday at the BMW Championship.
Rory McIlroy faced the strongest collection of contenders at any golf tournament this year Sunday at the BMW Championship.
The names at the top of the leaderboard are easy to recognize for a playoff event that features the best in golf. Starting with Vijay Singh, who had a one-shot lead in the BMW Championship, four of the top six players have been No. 1 in the world.
Bill Haas is in position to do something even Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh and Jim Furyk haven't _ making it back to the FedEx Cup finale in Atlanta a year after winning the playoffs.
Vijay Singh keeps giving himself chances to end four years without a PGA Tour victory. He made four birdies around the turn Friday for a 6-under 66 in the BMW Championship, putting his name atop the leaderboard for the second time in his last four tournaments.
Marc Leishman remembers the nervous feeling as he stood over a short putt on the final hole of the BMW Championship. It was his first time in the FedEx Cup, and the stakes were so enormous that he had a hard time blocking out everything but getting the ball in the cup.