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Latest Nick Watney Items
Webb Simpson is the No. 1 seed when the Tour Championship gets under way at East Lake, giving him the best shot of the 30-man field to capture the $10 million bonus from the FedEx Cup. It's enough to pinch himself to make sure he's not dreaming.
Just being among the 30 players at the Tour Championship should be enough for Geoff Ogilvy.
Steve Stricker is concerned about losing strength in his left arm, and it didn't help Tuesday at East Lake that he was hitting balls next to Bubba Watson.
Nick Watney took an 11 on the second hole of the Deutsche Bank Championship. He started only three shots out of the lead and quickly was out of contention.
Troy Matteson showed up at the Deutsche Bank Championship with low expectations about his game and his immediate future in the FedEx Cup playoffs. He wound up with his best start of the year.
Ernie Els sure didn't look to be down in the dumps for someone who has tumbled so far in the FedEx Cup.
After squandering two chances to win a major championship last year, Dustin Johnson never envisioned getting another shot at this British Open.
Tiger Woods is back home, nursing a sore leg. The rest of American golf isn't doing so well, either.
Before going into the final round of the AT&T National with a share of the lead, Nick Watney checked in with his swing coach, Butch Harmon. Neither of them had much to say.