Mercedes-Benz Championship

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Final Round of the Mercedes-Benz Championship The view from the 18th tee on the Plantation Course is stunning. And so was Geoff Ogilvy's drive.
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D.J. Trahan carded an eagle, seven birdies and two bogeys. He will be in the final group on Saturday.
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FedEx Cup champ Vijay Singh made five birdies, three bogeys and a double bogey for an even-par 73.
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Anthony Kim and playing partner Will MacKenzie joked around on the first tee as they listened to Kim's iPod. Kim shot a 68 to move into contention, while MacKenzie finished with a 70.
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A day after his Florida Gators won the national championship, Camilo Villegas shot a 6-under 67.
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Boo Weekley was only three shots off the lead until a four-putt double bogey on 18.
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First Round of the Mercedes-Benz Championship U.S. Open winner Geoff Ogilvy took a one-stroke lead in the first round after shooting a bogey-free 67.
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Ernie Els is one stroke off the lead at five under par.
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Anthony Kim had back-to-back bogeys on 12 and 13. He finished at two under par.
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Camilo Villegas is going for his third straight PGA Tour victory. He is at one over par.
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Kenny Perry, who eagled the par-5 fifth hole, is tied with Els.
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Johnson Wagner eagled the final hole to finish with a 5-under 68.
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Vijay Singh, who is having knee surgery after this tournament, started his round with a double bogey on the par-4 first hole.
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Ernie Els is only two shots back after a 69.
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Second Round of the Mercedes-Benz Championship Geoff Ogilvy three-putted his last two holes, but he still leads by one shot.
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With a six-shot lead, Ogilvy safely laid up to 91 yards on the 663-yard par 5. The hole is the longest on the PGA Tour.
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Winning the PGA Tour's season-opening event earned Ogilvy $1.12 million and a new Mercedes-Benz SL550.
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Anthony Kim tied for second, and he almost made a double eagle on 18.
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Davis Love III made a birdie on 18 to tie for second.
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Camilo Villegas made three birdies and three bogeys for an even-par 73.
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Justin Leonard closed with a three-under 70 to finish fifth.
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Kenny Perry tied for sixth after making nine pars on the back nine.
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Third Round of the Mercedes-Benz Championship Geoff Ogilvy played a near flawless round of golf, shooting a bogey-free 65 for a six-shot lead heading into the final round.
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Anthony Kim made six birdies and a bogey for a 68.
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Ernie Els was one of only three players who failed to break par on Saturday.
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Zach Johnson made seven birdies and an eagle for a 9-under 64.
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Davis Love III shot a 5-under 68.
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Zach Johnson shot a 2-under 71 in his first round.