Archives for: April 2009

Brian Gay destroys field at Verizon Heritage; Price wins Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am

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Brian Gay closed with a 7-under-par 64 Sunday to win the Verizon Heritage by 10 shots. He finished at 20-under 264 – a new scoring record – for his second PGA Tour victory … "Just another unbelievable day," Gay told reporters. Gay's victory d… more »

Alex Cejka leads Verizon; Sergio Garcia apologizes for Masters comments

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Alex Cejka carded a 7-under-par 64 yesterday to lead the Verizon Heritage. Cejka, who missed more than three months of action on the PGA Tour last year after neck surgery, leads Lee Janzen by a stroke. Trevor Immelman is two shots back … Meanwhile,… more »

Angel Cabrera wins The Masters; Tiger Woods finishes four back

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Angel Cabrera of Argentina earned his second major victory yesterday at The Masters. The 39-year-old Cabrera defeated Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell in a sudden death shootout at Augusta National that played deep into the evening … Phil Mickelson and… more »

Paul Casey wins first PGA Tour title; Lincicome takes first major at Kraft Nabisco Championship

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Paul Casey earned his first PGA Tour victory Sunday with a win at the Shell Houston Open. He defeated J.B. Holmes with a bogey on the first playoff hole. The victory moved him to No. 6 in the world rankings … "It's time to start believing I can be a… more »
 
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