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His final drive tumbled into the water, and he made a double bogey that left him a stroke off the tour record for the first two rounds of a tournament set by Pat Perez in the 2009 Bob Hope Classic and matched by David Toms at Colonial in 2011.
Five tournaments into his rookie season, Brian Harman realized his game wasn't suited for the PGA Tour.
This was exactly what Rickie Fowler wanted to hear.
A common phrase this year — "Tiger's back" — took on a new meaning Friday at The Barclays.
Standing over his ball in a swale behind the 18th green, Jason Dufner would have been content with a par and a spot in the big group tied for the lead in the Byron Nelson Championship.
One shot clipped an ash tree and kept Phil Mickelson out of worse trouble than he was in. Another landed behind a Bottle Brush, blocking his path to the 10th green at Riviera. On yet another hole, Mickelson had to thread a 9-iron through the limbs of five eucalyptus trees.
Pat Perez didn't make it to the U.S. Open this year. He felt as though he played in one Thursday at Aronimink in the AT&T National.
Jonathan Byrd lived up to his surname Saturday in the Wells Fargo Championship.
Double heart transplant recipient Erik Compton shot a 7-under 63 on Thursday in the inaugural Greenbrier Classic to share the first-round lead with rookie Matt Every.
There wasn't any single moment Jim Furyk could point to that helped derail his chance at charging to victory at the AT&T National yesterday.
"It's hard work," Perez said, wearing a silver belt buckle of a skull. "I'm trying to be more positive and have fun with the game, and it's a hard thing to work on. But if you hit a bad shot, get over it and look at the next one as an opportunity."
"This is the biggest one," said Pat Perez, who checks in at No. 55 and is somewhat of a long shot to get to East Lake.