2009 PGA Tour Winners: Road to FedEx Cup

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British Open Championship Winner: Stewart Cink Stewart Cink went two under in a four-hole playoff with 59-year-old superman Tom Watson to win the 2009 British Open Championship. Read the entire article
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Zurich Classic of New Orleans Winner: Jerry Kelly Kelly won his first tournament since 2002 by one stroke. Read the entire story
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Verizon Heritage Winner: Brian Gay Gay won his second PGA Tour title in a record-breaking performance at Harbour Town. Read the entire story
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The Masters Winner: Angel Cabrera Cabrera outlasted Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell for his second major victory. Read the entire story
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Shell Houston Open Winner: Paul Casey Paul Casey beat J.B. Holmes on the first playoff hole to win his first PGA Tour title. Read the entire story
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Bay Hill Invitational Winner: Tiger Woods Woods sunk a birdie putt on the 18th hole to win his first tournament since returning from knee surgery. Read the entire story
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Transitions Championship Winner: Retief Goosen Goosen won his first tournament in nearly four years by one stroke. Read the entire story
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WGC-CA Championship Winner: Phil Mickelson Mickelson outlasted Nick Watney in the final round at Doral for a one-stroke victory. Read the entire story
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Puerto Rico Open Winner: Michael Bradley Bradley made an 11-foot putt on the final hole for a one-shot victory. Read the entire story
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The Honda Classic Winner: Y.E. Yang Yang finished one shot ahead of John Rollins for his first PGA Tour win. Read the entire story
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WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship Winner: Geoff Ogilvy Ogilvy won his second Match Play title over Paul Casey on the 33rd hole of competition. Read the entire story
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Mayakoba Golf Classic Winner: Mark Wilson Wilson made two early birdies on Sunday to secure his lead and his second-career victory. Read the entire story
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Northern Trust Open Winner: Phil Mickelson Back-to-back birdies on Nos. 16 and 17 pushed Phil Mickelson just ahead of Steve Stricker for his second consecutive win at Riviera. Read the entire story
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AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Winner: Dustin Johnson Johnson was the leader at the end of the third round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, and then named champion when the rain-shortened event was unable to be completed. Read the entire story
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Buick Invitational Winner: Nick Watney Watney made a clutch putt on the final hole of the tournament to win by one stroke. Read the entire story
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FBR Open Winner: Kenny Perry Perry made a long putt on the third playoff hole to beat Charley Hoffman for his 13th PGA Tour victory. Read the entire story
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The 50th Bob Hope Classic Winner: Pat Perez Perez shot a 33-under 327 total in the five-day event for his first PGA Tour victory.Read the entire story
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Sony Open in Hawaii Winner: Zach Johnson Johnson seized ahead of David Toms in the final round for his first win of the season. Read the entire story
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Quail Hollow Championship Winner: Sean O'Hair O'Hair became only the third player in his 20s with at least three wins in his one-shot victory over Lucas Glover and Bubba Watson. Read the entire story
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Players Championship Winner: Henrik Stenson Stenson claimed the biggest win of his career, firing a bogey-free, final-round 66 for a four-shot win over England's Ian Poulter. Read the entire story
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Valero Texas Open Winner: Zach Johnson Johnson won his second Texas Open on the first playoff hole against James Driscoll. Read the entire story
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Road to the FedEx Cup: 2009 PGA Tour Winners Deutsche Bank Championship Winner: Steve Stricker In a wild Labor Day finish on the TPC Boston, where a half-dozen players came to the par-5 18th hole with hopes of winning, Stricker finished with back-to-back birdies for a 4-under 67 and a one-shot victory. He also took the lead in the FedEx Cup playoffs. Read the entire article
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Road to the FedEx Cup: 2009 PGA Tour Winners The Barclays Winner: Heath Slocum Slocum made a clutch 22-foot par putt on the final hole to win the Barclays and avoid a potential playoff with the likes of multiple major winners Ernie Els, Padraig Harrington, and Tiger Woods. Read the entire article
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World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Tiger Woods Tiger Woods won for a record seventh time at Firestone Country Club, over Padraig Harrington and Robert Allenby. It was his fifth victory of the season. Read the entire article
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Wyndham Championship Winner: Ryan Moore After a terrific amateur career and four runner-up finishes on the PGA Tour, Ryan Moore captured his first PGA Tour victory by sinking a birdie putt on the third playoff hole. Read the entire article
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PGA Championship Winner: Y.E. Yang In a historic PGA Championship, Y.E. Yang did what no man had done before and came from behind to defeat Tiger Woods in a major championship, also becoming the first Asian-born player to win a major. Read the entire Article
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Legends Reno-Tahoe Open Winner: John Rollins John Rollins made a birdie on the 636-yard, par-5 17th and hung on for an even-par 72 and a three-stroke victory at the Montreux Golf and Country Club course on the edge of the Sierra Nevada. Read the entire article
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Buick Open Winner: Tiger Woods Tiger Woods made three birdies and no bogeys in the final round to win his fourth tournament of the year. Read the entire article
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RBC Canadian Open Winner: Nathan Green Thirty-four-year-old Nathan Green beat Retief Goosen in a playoff to capture his first victory on the PGA Tour. Read the entire article
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U.S. Bank Championship Winner: Bo Van Pelt Van Pelt won for the first time on the PGA Tour in 229 starts with a 3-foot birdie on the second hole of a sudden death playoff over John Mallinger Read the entire story
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John Deere Classic Winner: Steve Stricker Steve Stricker shot 64 in the final round at the John Deere Classic to win his second tournament of the season. Read the entire story
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AT&T National Winner: Tiger Woods With his win at AT&T National, Tiger Woods had won 68 out of his 231 professional starts for a staggering winning percentage of 29.4%. Read the entire article
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Travelers Championship Winner: Kenny Perry Kenny Perry's bogey-free 63 gave him a three-stroke victory at TPC River Highlands. Read the entire story
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U.S. Open Championship Winner: Lucas Glover Lucas Glover held on as other players collapsed around him for a two-shot victory at the 109th U.S. Open. Read the entire story
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St. Jude Classic presented by Fedex Winner: Brian Gay Brian Gay beat David Toms and Bryce Molder by five strokes, removing all suspense with three of his six birdies over the first six holes. It was his third carrer PGA Tour victory. Read the entire story
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The Memorial Tournament Winner: Tiger Woods Tiger Woods added another dramatic victory to his resume by birdieing three of the last four holes to shoot 65. It was his fourth win at Jack Nicklaus's tournament and his 67th on the PGA Tour. Read the entire story
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Crowne Plaza Invitational Winner: Steve Stricker Steve Stricker defeated Tim Clark and Steve Marino on the second playoff hole to claim his fifth career Tour victory and his first in two years. Read the entire story
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HP Byron Nelson Championship Winner: Rory Sabbatini Rory Sabbatini shot a closing 6-under 64 Sunday for a two-stroke victory over late-charging Brian Davis. Read the entire story
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Mercedes Championship Winner: Geoff Ogilvy Ogilvy only made one bogey in his first three rounds at Kapalua. He won the tournament by a commanding six strokes. Read the entire story