PGA Tour
Clark moves inside top 100 of world rankings
Tim Clark
Tim Clark vaulted 78 places up the rankings from 153rd to 75th.
Philadelphia, PA ( - Tim Clark earned his first victory in four years at the Canadian Open on Sunday, and that win moved him inside the top 100 of this week's world rankings.

Clark birdied five of his last eight holes to rally past third-round leader Jim Furyk and earn his second career win on the PGA Tour. His first win came at the 2010 Players Championship.

With that victory, Clark vaulted 78 places up the rankings from 153rd to 75th.  Full Story

Does Furyk have a closing problem?
By Kevin Currie, Golf Editor
Philadelphia, PA ( - Jim Furyk has been one of the most consistent players over the last 18 years on the PGA Tour. He has earned over $1 million in 17 of those 18 seasons and has won in 10 of those 18 years.

His resume is nearly Hall of Fame worthy, and I say nearly because the new Hall of Fame rules state that a player needs two or more major championships and Furyk is one short there.

Furyk has wins in 12 different years, but has only three years with multiple victories. And his last win was at the 2010 Tour Championship.

Since that victory, Furyk has coughed up his last seven 54-hole leads. Coughed up may be strong terminology, but he lost all seven nonetheless. In those seven final rounds, Furyk's scoring average is 70.29, which isn't terrible. But those seven that beat him have averaged 65.14.  Full Story

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