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Topic - Kenny Perry
Joe Durant knows his future is on the Champions Tour. That doesn't stop him from wanting to play on the PGA Tour.
Kenny Perry didn't have a double hit, miss many easy putts or do anything spectacularly good or bad.
Kenny Perry's driver is sailing long and true again, just like the one he used to win two major championships last year.
Mark Calcavecchia's 8-foot closing putt for birdie put him in a better mood and sole possession of the second-round lead in the Regions Tradition at Shoal Creek.
Miguel Angel Jimenez's first round on the Champions Tour went quite well.
Bernhard Langer maintained a two-stroke lead Saturday in the Champions Tour's Toshiba Classic, making four birdies in a late five-hole stretch for a 5-under 66.
Bernhard Langer knows what he needs to do at TPC Harding Park to win the Charles Schwab Cup season points title and $1 million annuity.
Kenny Perry may hold a commanding lead in the Champions Tour's season points race, but he's not ready to pocket the $1 million annuity just yet.
Fred Couples feels like he's overdue for a win.
Boo Weekley made three consecutive birdies in the middle of his round to take the lead at Colonial, and finished with a 4-under 66 on Sunday for his first PGA Tour victory in five years.
Defending champion Kenny Perry put off surgery on his left knee until next week so he could play in the Champions Tour's ACE Group Classic.
With Charles Schwab Cup leader Tom Lehman out of the field at this weekend's SAS Championship, Bernhard Langer says he needs to play aggressively _ and not just because Lehman is out.
Charles Schwab Cup leader Tom Lehman is skipping the SAS Championship, giving second-place Bernard Langer a chance to catch up a bit in the race for a $1 million annuity.
The golfers playing this weekend's Principal Charity Classic caught a bit of a break.
After Jimenez mentioned wine and cigars in his reply, Perry laughed and said "That guy has too much fun."
"It's funny, you go from the PGA to the Champions, it's so much more laid back and relaxed over here," Perry said.