PGA Tour Comes to New York City

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PGA Tour Comes to New York City: WednesdayPhil Mickelson starts the playoffs in second place behind Kenny Perry.
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Masters champion Trevor Immelman played a practice round on Tuesday.
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Padraig Harrington, winner of the last two majors, starts the playoffs in fourth place.
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Kim gave a young fan some putting tips at the CBS Plaza.
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After ringing the opening bell, Mickelson signed autographs on the trading floor.
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PGA Tour Comes to New York City: TuesdayPhil Mickelson rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
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Retief Goosen has only two top 10s this season.
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Sergio Garcia spent last week in Spain, and he said he's moved on after another close loss at the PGA Championship. "I got myself in contention and I had a chance, and unfortunately I came up against a guy that couldn't miss on the back nine," Garcia said. "So when that happens, there's not many things you can do."
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Anthony Kim presented a custom belt buckle to The Early Show co-anchor Harry Smith. The Tour is in Paramus, N.J. this week for The Barclays, the first event of the PGA Tour playoffs.
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Padraig Harrington will be making his first start since winning the PGA Championship.
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The Barclays moved this year from Westchester Country Club to Ridgewood Country Club.