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Fairways and Roughs News Mash
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 2:00 PM
Welcome to the Monday, ahem, Tuesday Finish, where we’re taking a look back at Chris Kirk’s Deutsche Bank Championship win. Not only does Kirk’s victory (his second of the season), move the 29-year-old to No. 1 in the FedExCup standings. It also throws his name in Tom Watson’s crowded hat of potential Ryder Cup captain’s picks. If you were the captain, would Kirk make your team? Here’s what our Twitter followers had to say: FIVE STATS TO REMEMBER FROM THIS WEEK 1) Chris Kirk was 10 shots off the lead after Round 1 (Ryan Palmer opened with 63 at TPC Boston). Kirk was so disgusted by his opening round that he decided to skip his post-round practice session. He had clearly found something by Saturday morning, finishing the tournament with rounds of 66, 64, 66, including a bogey-free final 36 holes. 2) Kirk moves to No. 1 in the FedExCup race, but it’s not like he came out of nowhere (granted, it was his first career top 10 in a Playoff event). Thanks, in part, to his win very early in...
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