Photos: 2009 Travelers Championship

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Final Round of Travelers Championship Kenny Perry's bogey-free 63 gave him a three-stroke victory at TPC River Highlands.
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Ryan Moore moved into second place after a five-under 65.
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Sergio Garcia is in danger of missing the cut with five holes remaining.
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Paul Goydos was at eight under when play was suspended.
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Vijay Singh made three birdies and three bogeys.
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First Round of the Travelers Championship Kenny Perry tied the course record at TPC at River Highlands Thursday with a first-round 61.
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Paul Goydos is two-strokes off the lead at seven under par.
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After an impressive performance at the U.S. Open last week, Ricky Barnes opened the Travelers with a five-under 65.
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Except for two bogeys on the back nine, Sergio Garcia had a solid three-under-par first round.
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Boo Weekley went on a birdie streak for six-straight holes on the back nine. He's three strokes off the lead.
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U.S. Open champion Lucas Glover is in the hunt after a five-under 65.
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Anthony Kim made five birdies and one bogey before play was suspended.
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U.S. Open champion Lucas Glover shot a one-over 71.
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Second Round of the Travelers Championship Kenny Perry leads by two shots, but the second round was suspended due to storms. Play will resume Saturday at 8 a.m.
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Paul Goydos gave up his third-round lead, and ended up three strokes off the lead at 19 under.
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David Toms missed a birdie putt on the 17th, and went on to finish at 19 under.
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Hunter Mahan's final-round 64 left him T4.
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Ben Curtis opened his final round with back-to-back birdies. He finished at 17 under par.
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Third Round of the Travelers Championship Paul Goydos moved into the lead after firing a seven-under 63.
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Kenny Perry shot a 66, and he is one stroke off the lead.
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David Toms made five birdies and one bogey for a 66.
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John Merrick was in the lead until a double bogey on No. 12.
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Anthony Kim struggled on the front nine, but he rallied on the back to shoot a 67.
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Hunter Mahan birdied the last three holes to shoot a 63.
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Vijay Singh bogeyed the final hole for a four-under 66.