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Japan\'s Shiho Oyama shot a 4-under 68 on Friday to take the first-round lead in the Mizuno Classic, the final tournament in the LPGA Tour\'s five-event Asian swing.
Brian Gay had enough energy Thursday to make eight birdies on his way to a 7-under 63, giving him a share of the lead with Briny Baird among early starters in the McGladrey Classic. The opening round could not be completed because of a fog delay lasting nearly two hours.
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Fred Couples won the Champions Tour\'s season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship on Sunday, and Kenny Perry topped the yearlong points race to earn a $1 million annuity.
Against an all-world cast of contenders, Dustin Johnson won his first World Golf Championship on Sunday.
Fred Couples extended his lead to five strokes Saturday after the third round of the Champions Tour\'s season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship.
For 16 holes, Dustin Johnson looked like the player who has won every year since turning pro and has played on two Ryder Cup teams. Starting the third round of the HSBC Champions with a five-shot lead, he blasted his way to 10 birdies and was running away from the field.
Fred Couples took the second-round lead Friday in the Charles Schwab Cup Championship, shooting his second straight 6-under 65 in the Champions Tour\'s season-ending event.
Dustin Johnson tied the course record with a 9-under 63, four shots better than anyone else Friday, and built a five-shot lead in the HSBC Champions. It was the kind of score that might make everyone else wonder which course he was playing.
Australia\'s Peter Senior shot an 8-under 63 on Thursday to take a one-stroke lead in the Champions Tour\'s season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship.
Rory McIlroy found himself in a spot that must have seemed vaguely familiar -- atop the leaderboard. McIlroy looked more like a two-time major champion Thursday when he opened with a 7-under 65 to build a two-shot lead in HSBC Champions.
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