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Topic - Bud Cauley
Americans Josh Teater, Scott Brown Johnson Wagner and Bud Cauley qualified for the British Open on Monday at the international final qualifying at Gleneagles Country Club Queens Course.
Rainy weather left Sergio Garcia stuck in central North Carolina for an extra day. Turns out, it was worth the hassle — because he's leaving with his first PGA Tour victory in four years.
His achievements alone would suggest Tom Lewis is racing toward stardom.
The fog finally lifted at CordeValle and revealed a Tiger Woods that looked vaguely familiar.
"Golf is getting so competitive at an earlier age," Cauley said.
"That's kind of funny," Cauley said. "I never thought that would happen."