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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Kevin Stadler
Henrik Stenson remained in position to win the European Tour money title, opening a one-stroke lead Friday in the season-ending World Tour Championship.
Phil Mickelson keeps saying how much he loves playing with Tiger Woods. He shot an 8-under 63 at the Deutsche Bank Championship to prove it.
Kevin Stadler teed off just after breakfast and finished right before dinner. It took him nearly 11 hours to complete a 7-under 64 at Liberty National, his lowest score on the PGA Tour since the first week of February. And he still isn't guaranteed to be the first-round leader at The Barclays.
Lucas Glover increased his lead to two strokes in the Zurich Classic to remain in position for his first victory in two years.
In the morning chill at Riviera, Charles Howell III began his round at the Northern Trust Open with a tee shot that landed in the front bunker on the par-4 10th hole. He was only 30 feet away from the hole. And it took him four shots to finish.
Bethpage Black lived up its reputation because of the greens, which in some cases looked brown.
Rory McIlroy is getting exactly what he wanted out of his trip to Tennessee with the chance to play on the weekend. Now the man from Northern Ireland has his sights set on trying to finish off the St. Jude Classic with a win.
As he walked down the 18th fairway at Congressional Country Club late yesterday afternoon, Tiger Woods couldn't help but look around. Afterward, he was asked if he was checking out the large, supportive galleries that came out to see him play in the tournament he is hosting, the AT&T National.
What happened to Tiger Woods between the second and 15th holes yesterday? Mr. Birdie Machine turned into Jack Par.