Clark takes dead aim on easy East Lake

Usually, a few shots under par at East Lake is cause for celebration.

Not on this course, or on this day.

"With these conditions, the greens are like a dart board," Rollins said.

Harrington felt as if he was at home — Ireland in the spring, when the grass is just starting to grow and the greens are still hairy and slow, when a sledge hammer works as well as a putter.

"You've got soft greens, the greens are at a pace that you can really be aggressive on them and run the ball at the hole," he said. "So yeah, I would think it's a good week for scoring."

The tour considers this its "Super Bowl" to conclude these playoffs.

A defensive struggle, it's not.

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