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Can Day capture playoffs opener?

Multiple-win seasons eluded Jason Day most of his pro career. On Sunday, though, the reigning PGA champion goes for No. 4 in 2015 at the Barlcays.

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In-progress leaderboard: The Barclays, Round 4

A pair of 63s by Jason Day and Sang-Moon Bay put the pair at the top of the leaderboard after 54 holes at the Barclays. Does anyone have a Sunday charge in them to make a move early in the round?

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Much easier than putting: Harman cards 2 aces

Lefty Brian Harman pulled off the rare feat of two holes-in-one during the same round Sunday, something that has happened just three times in PGA Tour history.

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Ernst grabs lead before third round suspended

Austin Ernst took the lead at 10 under Saturday before darkness forced the suspension of third-round play in the weather-delayed Yokohama LPGA Tire Classic.

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Golfer's incredible effort to hit out of a water hazard (1:15)
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Edberg pleased with putting game (0:51)
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Golf Gab: FedEx Cup playoffs a real postseason? (2:24)
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Across The Pond: Rory McIlroy bails on The Barclays (2:34)
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Previewing the 2015 FedEx Cup playoffs

Jordan Spieth can become the PGA Tour's single-season earnings record holder during the FedEx Cup playoffs ($68 million will be up for grabs).

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Love III dishes on Tiger Woods & Jordan Spieth

PGA Golfer Davis Love III talks about his mindset entering tournaments, the experience that comes with aging, Jordan Spieth's maturity and Tiger Woods' talent.

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Presidents Cup will reduce number of matches

The PGA Tour agreed Monday to reduce the number of matches in the Presidents Cup by four, which gives the event its fewest matches since it began in 1994.

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Pepper on Tiger: 'This is the best we've seen from him' (1:49)
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Obama hustled by Jeter (2:15)
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Love III, 51, captures Wyndham; Woods sputters

Davis Love III's long victory drought is over. Tiger Woods will have to wait a while to get another chance. Love became the third-oldest PGA Tour winner ever in claiming the Wyndham Championship.

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Love III talks Wyndham win (1:36)
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Ko wins Canadian Pacific in playoff vs. Lewis

Lydia Ko won the Canadian Pacific Women's Open for the third time and first as a professional Sunday, beating Stacy Lewis with a par on the first hole of a playoff.

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Andrade hangs on for 2nd Champions Tour title

The last time Billy Andrade won a stroke-play event, he held off Phil Mickelson in 2000 in Las Vegas. On Sunday in the Boeing Classic, Andrade beat the likes of Bernhard Langer, Fred Couples and

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Pepper pays tribute to LPGA pioneer Louise Suggs (4:58)

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Zac Blair entered the week at 106 in FedEx standings. Trying to mount a run all the way to East Lake. Also known as The Blair Wish Project.

Jason Day making the field chase

Day opened his final round at The Barclays with 2 birdies in the first 5 holes to open a 2-shot lead. Day is vying for his 4th win of the season, and 6th of his career. Leaderboard

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Not 1, but 2 aces for Brian Harman

Harman became the 1st player since 2006, and just the third all-time on the PGA Tour, to ace 2 holes in one round. They both came on par 3s, No. 3 and No. 14, at The Barclays. He finished the tournament -2 overall, 35th place.

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In the first 1,567 par 3s Brian Harman played on the PGA TOUR, he made 0 holes-in-one. Today, he made 2 holes-in-one in 4 par 3s played.

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Crazy Stat of Day: Brian Harman pulled off two holes-in-one during same round today at Barclays for 3rd time in PGA Tour history.

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Brian Harman on Holes 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17 and 18: 66 strokes. Brian Harman on Holes 3 and 14: 2 strokes.

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Brian Harman had 2 holes-in-one during the same round today at the Barclays. Just the 3rd time that has happened in PGA Tour history.

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Brian Harman becomes the first player since Yusaku Miyazato at the 2006 Reno-Tahoe Open to have two aces in a single PGA Tour round.