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Lee Westwood heard the ground-shaking roars for just about everyone but him on a Saturday that sounded an awful lot like Sunday at the Masters. Phil Mickelson made consecutive eagles, and came within inches of three in a row.
Two of England’s best are atop the leaderboard at a major for the first time. Phil Mickelson is back in the hunt, rejuvenated by Augusta National. Anthony Kim, the sassy young American, has his swagger back.
Tiger Woods played like the last five months never happened.
Phil Mickelson had the smaller cheque and felt like the biggest winner.
Heath Slocum might have been the one player no one expected to win The Barclays.
Tiger Woods was twirling his club, not tossing them at his bag in disgust. Putts that grazed the edge of the hole and caused him so much angst were for birdie, not par or worse.
The battle was everything Tiger Woods expected. The finish was nothing anyone imagined, except for Woods hoisting another World Golf Championship trophy at Firestone.
One putt from eight feet was all that separated Tom Watson from a moment no one imagined possible until he was close enough to make it happen with one final stroke.
Tom Watson, famous for winning the “Duel in the Sun” that forever links him with Turnberry, is at the stage in his career where the British Open should be a ceremonial stroll into the sunset.
Even after 68 victories, Tiger Woods never had a finish quite like Sunday at the AT&T National.
Ricky Barnes flashed a smile as big as his six-shot lead.
Ricky Barnes had the best day of anyone at Bethpage Black.
Already played on a long course, the U.S. Open suddenly turned into a long week.
Henrik Stenson was famous for reasons he never imagined.
Alex Cejka served up more proof Friday that The Players Championship is full of surprises, not only on the devilish TPC Sawgrass, but also on the leaderboard.
The cheers came from every corner of Augusta National, the kind of mayhem that had been missing at the Masters.
Kenny Perry took one last look at the leaderboard behind the 18th green at Augusta National. This was no time to relish his position at the top with Angel Cabrera, rather to consider what lies ahead.
Kenny Perry thought nothing could top an emotional embrace with his 85-year-old father in their native Kentucky seven months ago as a Ryder Cup hero dressed in red, white and blue.
Chad Campbell ran off five straight birdies, the best start ever in the Masters. Jim Furyk charged up the crowd with four straight birdies late in his round. Even that notoriously slow starter, Tiger Woods, got in on the action.
The azaleas are brighter than ever and, as usual, not a blade of grass is out of place.