Deutsche Bank Championship Practice Round
Tiger Woods started the FedEx Cup playoffs in first place, but after skipping the Barclays last week, Woods makes his debut in fourth place.
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Adam Scott won the Deutsche Bank Championship in 2003 and tied for second in '04.
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Phil Mickelson, who normally retreats home after the PGA Championship, said he is eager to play the FedEx Cup events because he missed several weeks due to a wrist injury.
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Sergio Garcia will be making his first appearance at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
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Steve Stricker lost his Tour card two years ago, but now he is leading the FedEx Cup race after his win at the Barclays.
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Vijay Singh dropped from second to sixth in the FedEx Cup standings after missing the cut at the Barclays.
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Despite finishing T25 last week, Jim Furyk dropped from third to seventh in the standings.
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Rory Sabbatini had more words for Woods at the Barclays: "Oh, I definitely think it's something other than fatigue," Sabbatini said on why Tiger skipped the event. "Maybe to some people $10 million doesn't seem like a whole lot of incentive but to others it would seem like a good incentive."
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