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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Jim Furyk
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.
Jim Furyk has become the sixth player in PGA Tour history to shoot a 59.
Jim Furyk kept waiting for the phone to ring to learn about the Presidents Cup. News came from the buzz of a text message, a peculiar way to find out he would not be part of an American team for the first time since Tiger Woods was still trying to get his PGA Tour card.
Jordan Spieth started the season without status on any tour. He ends it by going to the Presidents Cup.
Jason Dufner finally cracked a smile, and gave a slight pump of the fist, saving all that emotion for a big occasion. He won the PGA Championship.
The pose was a familiar one for Jim Furyk _ buckled over as if he'd taken a punch in the gut, barely able to watch the flight of the ball.
No Dufnering on this day.
The final moments Saturday at Oak Hill brought out more emotion as big putts kept falling in the PGA Championship, with one big difference. These putts were for par.
Rory McIlroy's chip for birdie on No. 18 dropped into the hole, and he dropped to a crouch with a fierce fist pump.
Canadian journeyman David Hearn is one stroke back after starting with a 66. Four players, including Matt Kuchar, are at 67. Tiger Woods finished with a double-bogey for a disappointing 71.
Jim Furyk (72) said the greens were so firm that pitch marks were hard to find.
Never in this tournament,” Jim Furyk, who birdied the hole, said when asked if he had seen that pin placement before.