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That birdie putt by Luke Donald on the final hole of the Tour Championship might turn out to be bigger than anyone imagined.
The first year of the Tour Championship at East Lake offered great promise for dramatic theater on the par-3 18th. Hal Sutton saved par from a deep bunker to get into a playoff, then hit a 4-wood to 6 feet for a birdie to beat Vijay Singh.
Monday at the Deutsche Bank Championship was filled with pressure shots and plenty of nervous moments, typical of any PGA Tour event that goes to a playoff. And that was before Webb Simpson beat Chez Reavie on the second extra hole.
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.
Ernie Els sure didn't look to be down in the dumps for someone who has tumbled so far in the FedEx Cup.
Tiger Woods wasn't the only star to miss the cut at the PGA Championship on Friday, just the biggest.
Tiger Woods stepped from behind a microphone, thankful to be done with a short interview that felt like an intrusion. He took 23 questions, most of them about his golf, a few others about his left leg, then walked off without looking at anyone.
His shots weren't great, but at least they were quick. In fact, if Rory McIlroy's pace on the British Open's first day had to be described in one word, it would be "speedy." And that is no small mercy in a sport that can sometimes feel as painfully slow as water torture.
Coming off a record-breaking win at the U.S. Open, Rory McIlroy is paired with Ernie Els and Rickie Fowler for the first two rounds of the British Open.