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With the skies over Sun City fittingly gray, Gary Player cried on a tee box and Ernie Els shared some of his memories of Nelson Mandela.
Dustin Johnson is starting to compile the kind of numbers that are difficult to ignore.
This is one year that FedEx Cup math might be easier to figure out than who wins PGA Tour player of the year.
Even after watching video evidence, Tiger Woods still doesn't think he deserved a two-shot penalty at the BMW Championship.
Tiger Woods was involved in another rules violation Friday in the BMW Championship, this time getting the two-shot penalty before he left the golf course.
A great summer of golf finally paid off for Henrik Stenson. Stenson made three straight birdies to race by a fast-fading Sergio Garcia, and he holed a bunker shot for birdie on the 17th hole to turn back a final threat from Steve Stricker and win the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Garcia was at 19-under 194 and had a two-shot lead over Henrik Stenson, perhaps the hottest player in golf with two runner-up finishes and two third-place finishes in his last five events.
Sergio Garcia was doing everything right. He had the lead going into the third round. He kept bogeys off his card and made two birdies on the front nine.
A good start and a great finish was enough for Sergio Garcia to take the lead Saturday in the Deutsche Bank Championship.