Photos from 2009 St. Jude Classic

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St. Jude Classic Brian Gay earned a spot in the 2009 U.S. Open with a win at the St. Jude Classic.
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Phil Mickelson has three holes left in the second round. He is at 4-under par.
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Brian Gay leads by two strokes over Bryce Molder and Robert Allenby.
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Sergio Garcia will miss the cut after rounds of 70-73.
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First Round of the St. Jude Classic Phil Mickelson shot a two-under 68 in his first round since announcing his wife has breast cancer.
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"It wasn't a great round, but it was a good start," said Mickelson, who's shot landed in the bunker here on No. 12.
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Three-straight bogeys on the back nine spoiled John Daly's first round back since being suspended from the PGA Tour. He's at two over par.
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Brian Gay's six-under 64 was good enough for a one-shot lead.
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Sergio Garcia struggled with his putter in the first round, shooting an even-par 70.
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Jose Maria Olazabal is two strokes back after a bogey-free 66.
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Daly will have to wait until Saturday after severe storms suspended the second round.
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Second Round of the St. Jude Classic John Daly was on the projected cut line after he finished with a double bogey.
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Gay is the fourth wire-to-wire winner in the tournament's 52-year history.
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Robert Allenby eagled the par-5 16th, to finish six strokes off the lead at 12 under.
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Phil Mickelson bogeyed his last two holes of the day. He shot 75.
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Bryce Molder finished in a tie for second with David Toms, five strokes off the lead.
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Third Round of the St. Jude Classic Brian Gay has a one-shot lead heading into the final round. If Gay wins, he will get into the U.S. Open.
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Bryce Molder cut Gay's lead to one stroke after Molder birdied 18 and Gay made a bogey.
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Robert Allenby is three shots back after a 68.
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Phil Mickelson made five birdies and three bogeys for a 68.
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John Daly shot a one-over 71.
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Rich Beem also shot a four-under 66.