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Stephen Gallacher needs a captain's pick after coming up one shot shy of qualifying for his first Euro Ryder Cup team Sunday.
For the second time in as many weeks, a secondary cut looms in the FedEx Cup playoffs.
Ryder Cup long shots Ryan Palmer and Bill Haas have given U.S. captain Tom Watson something to think about.
Robert Garrigus had a chance to carry momentum into the final 36 holes. But four putts later, his season was over.
Jason Day thought he might be able to pull away from the field Saturday at the Deutsche Bank Championship. Nine holes later, the second FedEx Cup playoff event was wide open.
After a season of injuries, worry, and doubt, Jason Day suddenly looks as poised as ever on some of golf's biggest stages.
NORTON, Mass. – After six holes of his first round, it didn’t look like Brendon de Jonge would be sticking around for the weekend at the Deutsche Bank Championship. The Zimbabwean opened with a pair of triple bogeys at TPC Boston, and after just six holes he stood at 9 over par on a course where 22 under was the winning score a year ago. Despite the deficit, de Jonge played his final 12 holes in 3 under to post a 6-over 77. He continued that momentum Saturday, shooting 4-under 67 in the second round.
Despite a final-hole bogey, Jason Day shot a second-round 68 and shares the 36-hole Deutsche Bank lead with Ryan Palmer.
Matt Kuchar is playing well in Boston, but his mind is on the tragic loss of his caddie's wife.
While his name may not be at the top of Tom Watson's list of potential Ryder Cup picks, Bill Haas is doing just enough to remain in the conversation.
Don’t tell Billy Horschel that he should be feeling the pressure.
After another missed cut, Brandt Snedeker now has to wait and see if Tom Watson will make him a Ryder Cup captain's pick.
Scott Brown, this week’s FedEx Cup bubble boy at 70th on the point list, knew he needed a big Saturday if he was going to keep his playoff hopes alive.