Chevron World Challenge

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won his first tournament in more than two years at the Chevron World Challenge.
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moved into a tie for second after a 65.
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is also in a tie for second after a 69.
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dropped from a tie for first to a tie for fifth.
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Ian Poulter is tied for the lead with Zach Johnson at the Chevron World Challenge. They both shot 68.
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is alone in third place after a three-under 69.
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is two strokes behind the leaders at two under par.
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is in contention after a one-under 71 at the small-field event. Only 18 players are competing.
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didn't fair as well, carding a three-over 75.
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shot a four-under 68.
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Y.E. Yang shot a seven-under 65 to build a two-shot lead.
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moved into contention after a five-under 67.
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finished solo in second place. McDowell replaced Tiger Woods when he withdrew.
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finished solo in second place. McDowell replaced Tiger Woods when he withdrew.
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shot a two-under 70 Sunday to finish two strokes off the lead.
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shot 68 on the final day to end up T5.
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Y.E. Yang maintained a share of the lead heading into the final round.
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went six under in a six-hole stretch to finish with a share of the lead.
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is continuing to play great late in the season, and he is only two shots back.
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won the Race to Dubai two weeks ago, and he is in position for another title.
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Playing with Anthony Kim (71), Y.E. Yang shot a two-under 70.