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Victor Dubuisson knocked off Graeme McDowell 1 up in the Snead Bracket in the quarterfinals of the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship and advances to take on Ernie Els in the semifinals on Sunday.

The Frenchman was 2 down after three holes, but battled back with wins on the fourth, seventh and ninth holes, all with birdies. The win at the ninth came in the form of a chip-in, and occurred while G-Mac was in relatively tight for a birdie bid that he would miss. Over the final nine holes, each man picked up two wins and squared the other five. The final four is now set, with Dubuisson taking on Ernie Els and Jason Day locking horns with Rickie Fowler. With the exception of Day, the other three were generally expected to have exited well before the semifinals. Day finished third at Dove Mountain last year, potentially cursing him as the favorite tomorrow.
Feb 22 - 6:09 PM

Seung-yul Noh carded a 2-under-par 36-33=69 in his opening round of the Deutsche Bank Championship, good for a piece of the early clubhouse lead.

Noh was basically hanging on throughout his round despite totaling 14 greens in regulation. He traded two birdies with two bogeys before sinking an eagle from 12'7" at the par-5 18th hole to cap the round. His longer birdie measured 15'5" at the par-4 10th, and he poured in a pair of par saves from 10-12 feet. The South Korean has been reeling since his breakthrough in New Orleans, but he entered this week slotted 47th in the FedExCup standings. If you're on board at TPC Boston, play it cautiously given today's back-door success.
Aug 29 - 1:36 PM

Matt Jones earned a share of the very early clubhouse lead at the Deutsche Bank Championship with a 2-under-par 36-33=69 in his opening round.

At 54th in the FedExCup standings, Jones is all but safe to advance to the third leg, so he's in a position with everything to gain and lay the foundation for a run at East Lake. After opening with a birdie conversion from 11'11" at the par-4 10th hole, the Aussie then three-jacked the par-3 11th from 51 inches for double bogey. A bogey at the par-4 15th ensued, but he recovered and played his final 12 holes in bogey-free 4-under. The set of par breakers including an eight-yard hole-out for eagle at the drivable par-4 fourth and a conventional roll from 27'1" at the par-4 fifth.
Aug 29 - 1:17 PM

Shawn Stefani opened the Deutsche Bank Championship with a 2-under-par 36-33=69 to establish the very early clubhouse lead.

Stefani went out in the first threesome off the first tee at TPC Boston today. He hit 15 greens in regulation and circled three birdies. The longest among the pair of conventional conversions measured 27'3" at the par-4 sixth, but the highlight came in the form of a hole-out from a bunker 11 yards away at the par-4 13th. His only bogey occurred at the par-5 seventh where he failed to find the GIR. Stefani arrived slotted 67th in the FedExCup standings.
Aug 29 - 1:02 PM

Tim Clark has withdrawn from this week's Deutsche Bank Championship due to an elbow injury.

He had to call it quits at the turn of his second round of The Barclays with the same problem. At 38th in the FedExCup standings, Clark will advance to next week's BMW Championship, but the more relevant concern for gamers is his health long-term. Needless to say, if he plays at Cherry Hills, let him go it alone.
Aug 28 - 1:54 PM

Angela Barrett, wife of Lance Bennett, who caddies for Matt Kuchar, died on Wednesday morning in Texas.

In its report, Golfweek specified that Lance received word on Tuesday at TPC Boston that his wife had experienced a seizure. Kuchar's management firm, Excel Sports, released the following statement: "This is a very difficult time for our family, but we appreciate the outpouring of love and support from the caddies, players and entire golf community." Lance and Angela are parents to a four-year-old daughter, Emma. Matt Kuchar released his own statement: "(My wife) Sybi, the boys and I are sending our thoughts and prayers to Lance and Emma Grace during this devastating time. Angela was a cherished friend, a wonderful wife and a loving mother who made a major impact on all who were lucky enough to know her, and she will be greatly missed." The Deutsche Bank Championship is scheduled to begin at 8:20 a.m. on Friday.
Aug 28 - 1:12 AM

Justin Rose has been removed from the published field of this week's Deutsche Bank Championship.

While unconfirmed, it's likely that Rose is taking the path of fellow likely Ryder Cupper Sergio Garcia, who's sitting this week out to recharge his batteries. Rose shared 30th place at The Barclays and fell two spots to 20th in the FedExCup standings.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Aug 25 - 12:57 PM

Jason Dufner has been removed from the published field of this week's Deutsche Bank Championship.

That he appeared in the field in the first place was news. After falling 17 spots to 74th in the FedExCup standings, there's little reason to risk aggravating his injury (two bulging discs in his neck) for what might be only one week of action.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Aug 25 - 12:51 PM

Tiger Woods announced on his website today that he has fired swing coach Sean Foley.

The statement in its entirety: "I'd like to thank Sean for his help as my coach and for his friendship. Sean is one of the outstanding coaches in golf today, and I know he will continue to be successful with the players working with him. With my next tournament not until my World Challenge event at Isleworth in Orlando, this is the right time to end our professional relationship. Presently, I do not have a coach, and there is no timetable for hiring one." Foley responded as follows: "My time spent with Tiger is one of the highlights of my career so far, and I am appreciative of the many experiences we shared together. It was a lifelong ambition of mine to teach the best player of all time in our sport. I am both grateful for the things we had the opportunity to learn from one another, as well as the enduring friendship we have built. I have nothing but respect and admiration for him."
Aug 25 - 11:52 AM

Paul Casey is not included in the published field of this week's Deutsche Bank Championship.

He's one of four eligible for the second leg of the FedExCup Playoffs that isn't committed to the field reserved for 100 at TPC Boston. Dustin Johnson (sabbatical), Graeme McDowell (baby) and Sergio Garcia (rest) were known DNPs, and now Casey's ties off a loose end. In an interview at The Barclays, he said that he, like G-Mac, is also going to become a father soon. "The 14th of September [was the due date] but it's going to be early for various reasons," he said. The Brit entered the FedExCup Playoffs slotted 118th. With a T22 at Ridgewood, he rose to 85th, so he will not advance to next week's BMW Championship. For the time being, Casey is included in the published field at the Omega European Masters on Sept. 4-7.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Aug 25 - 11:16 AM

With the conclusion of today's WinCo Foods Portland Open, the top 25 on the Web.com Tour money list have earned 2014-15 PGA TOUR cards.

Max Homa shared 60th place at Pumpkin Ridge today and finished comfortably at 17th in earnings thanks to a win and another two top 10s. Because he made eight starts on the PGA TOUR in 2013-14, he will not qualify as a rookie in his first year with a card. However, 13 of his fellow graduates are rookie eligible. The other 24 grads (* = 2014-15 PGA TOUR rookie): *Carlos Ortiz (1st); *Andrew Putnam (2nd); *Zack Sucher (3rd); *Adam Hadwin (4th); *Justin Thomas (5th); Alex Cejka (6th); *Blayne Barber (7th); *Tony Finau (8th); Jason Gore (9th); Steven Alker (10th); Andres Gonzales (11th); *Jon Curran (12th); Derek Fathauer (13th); Cameron Percy (14th); *Daniel Berger (15th); *Jonathan Randolph (16th); *Mark Hubbard (18th); Steve Wheatcroft (19th); Ryan Armour (20th); *Byron Smith (21st); Bill Lunde (22nd); Fabian Gomez (23rd); *Roger Sloan (24th); Kyle Reifers (25th). All but Ortiz (exempt from reshuffle) will compete in the Web.com Tour Finals for opening reshuffle position.
Aug 24 - 11:47 PM

Carlos Ortiz held on for an even-par 35-36=71 in the final round of the WinCo Foods Portland Open and claimed his third Web.com Tour title of the season.

Ortiz traded three birdies for three bogeys on his final lap around Witch Hollow at Pumpkin Ridge to post 14-under 272. The irons were the key to his success, landing 14 GIR in the finale and ranking third for the week with 57. With this victory, Ortiz will avoid all reshuffles on the PGA TOUR via as a three-time winner and the leader of the final regular season money list. He is the 10th player in Web.com Tour history, and first since 2009 when Michael Sim completed the feat, to receive a battlefield promotion to the PGA TOUR. Of course, given that the season-ending Wyndham Championship was last week, the promotion is nothing more than an honorary badge for the record books.
Aug 24 - 9:11 PM




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