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Topic - Jim Furyk
Martin Kaymer thought his gap wedge to the island green on the 17th hole at The Players Championship was fine. He couldn't believe it when he realized it had bounced sideways and spun so hard that it wound up in the shaggy collar, a foot away from going into the water.
Martin Kaymer never lost sight of opportunity even amid so much evidence of trouble in the closing stretch Sunday at The Players Championship.
A brief look at the final round Sunday at The Players Championship at the TPC Sawgrass:
Jim Furyk has had a chance to win the last two weeks - both times from the locker room.
Kaymer nearly blew a three-shot lead after a 90-minute rain delay until he holed a 30-foot par putt on the famous island green. He got up-and-down with his putter from short of the 18th green for one last par and a 1-under 71.
Phil Mickelson can't seem to see the shots. He can't picture his putts going into the hole. And for the second big tournament this year, the only thing he will see of the final two rounds will be on television.
Martin Kaymer treated Friday as if it were a new day. He wound up in a familiar spot with a 3-under 69 that stretched his lead in The Players Championship.
If J.B. Holmes ever needs a reminder of just how far he's come, he only has to look in his closet.
J.B. Holmes was a 3-foot putt away from winning the Wells Fargo Championship when he backed away to size up the situation.
It's rare to hear Ernie Els describe his week at the Match Play Championship as "wonderful."
Except for a cameo appearance in California, Jim Furyk has been hard to find on a golf course over the last four months.
KAPALUA, Hawaii (AP) — The most pressure involving the Ryder Cup this year is simply getting on the team.
Johnson made two big birdie putts over the closing holes at soggy Conway Farms on Monday to dole out more final-round disappointment for Jim Furyk.
One day after Jim Furyk had a 12-under 59 to become the sixth player in PGA Tour history to shoot golf's magic number, he did enough right on the back nine at Conway Farms for a 69 and a one-shot lead over Steve Stricker.
"What you have with him is he's just so explosive," Jim Furyk said after a 71 left him 10 shots behind.
"It was pretty special playing with Tom, and the reception he got," Jim Furyk said.