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By LPGA News & Entertainment on Mon, Sep 1 2014 9:43 AM
August was a whirlwind of activity and headlines for the LPGA Tour, with four tournaments filling the docket and keeping players on the go.
By PGA Tour News on Tue, Sep 2 2014 12:22 AM
Complete coverage of the season-long race for the FedExCup. NORTON, Mass. -- Jerry Kelly wasn't quite sure where he was headed when he left TPC Boston for the airport on Sunday afternoon. He had come to the Deutsche Bank Championship ranked 60th in the FedExCup, 10 spots above the cutoff to make the field for the upcoming BMW Championship. But Kelly's chronically cranky back had been giving him fits and through three rounds, he was tied for 59th and projected on the FedExCup bubble at No. 70. Kelly stayed around that number throughout most of Monday's final round. So when he bogeyed the penultimate hole, the veteran knew he had to make something happen on No. 18, which is a reachable par 5 that had played as the week's second-easiest hole. His 3-wood settled 4 feet from the pin for eagle, and when he made the putt, Kelly clocked in at No. 66. No matter how the rest of the afternoon played out, Kelly was happy with the way he responded to the FedExCup challenge. "I said to myself...
Forget your opponents; always play against par.