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The FedEx St. Jude Championship at TPC Southwind in Memphis continues Friday with the second round.

Jordan Spieth paced the field with a 7-under 63 on Thursday. He has a one-shot lead over Tom Kim.

The PGA Tour adjusted tee times again for Friday, planning for weather issues in the morning. Second-round play is scheduled to begin at 10:15 a.m., and players will tee off on both sides. Rory McIlroy , Scottie Scheffler and Jon Rahm will tee off at 11:51 a.m. on No. 1.

One reminder: There is no cut, so all 70 players will make the weekend.

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Lucas Glover headed to two wins in a row?

Lucas Glover won last week at the Wyndham Championship just to make the FedEx Cup playoffs.

Now he's in the lead after 36 holes at the FedEx St. Jude Championship at TPC Southwind following a second round 64. That included an eagle on the par-5 16th.

Jordan Spieth is a shot behind at 9-under in second place, while a group of players sit at 8-under. Rory McIlroy and Scottie Scheffler head to the weekend at 7-under.

The full leaderboard can be found here.

Top 10 leaderboard

As of 3:30 p.m. CT

1: Lucas Glover -10 (64)

T2. Tommy Fleetwood -9 (15)

Adam Hadwin -9 (17)

4. Jordan Spieth -8 (16)

T5. Sungjae Im -7 (16)

Taylor Moore -7 (15)

Tom Kim -7 (14)

T8. J.T. Poston -6 (17)

Lee Hodges -6 (16)

Xander Schauffele -6 (14)

Emiliano Grillo -6 (14)

Max Homa -6 (12)

Jordan Spieth holes out from the bunker

Jordan spieth back atop the leaderboard, rory mcilroy moving up.

Rory McIlroy is 2-under for the day and 5-under for the tournament after making birdie on hole No. 4. That followed the par-5 3rd hole where McIlroy took a free drop after a wayward drive and had to play for a long third shot anyway with a short play out of the trees.

On the par-3 No. 4, Scottie Scheffler's tee shot landed four inches from the hole for the best shot at the hole this week. He tapped in for birdie and moved up to 4-under.

The lead is still at 7-under, shared by Lucas Glover, J.T. Poston and Tommy Fleetwood as of 1 p.m. CT.

As of 12:45 p.m. CT

T1. Lucas Glover -7

J.T. Poston -7

T3. Mackenzie Hughes -6

Adam Svensson -6

Tommy Fleetwood -6

Collin Morikawa -6

Jordan Spieth -6

T9. Cameron Young -5

Eric Cole -5

Sungjae Im -5

Taylor Moore -5

Emiliano Grillo -5

Xander Schauffele -5

Kurt Kitayama -5

Cam Davis -5

Jordan Spieth drops down leaderboard while Tommy Fleetwood surges

Jordan Spieth bogeyed hole Nos. 12 and 14 to drop down to 5-under and two shots off the lead.

That lead is currently shared by Lucas Glover, J.T. Poston and Tommy Fleetwood at 7-under. Fleetwood has birdied three holes in a row (holes 2-4) and is 3-under for the day through four holes.

Eric Cole quick start moves him into second

Rookie Eric Cole birdied the first two holes (starting on the back nine) to move to 6-under, one shot behind Jordan Spieth.

Cole, 35, is one of the best stories of the season. He won 12 times on the Minor League Golf Tour over the last 14 years while trying to push into the PGA Tour ranks. Cole got his Korn Ferry Tour card in 2021 and finished third in the 2022 Korn Ferry Tour Championship, securing his PGA Tour card for 2022-23.

Cole missed the first four cuts during the fall portion of the schedule, but eventually recorded three top-10 finishes including a runner-up finish at The Honda Classic after losing in a playoff to Chris Kirk. The Palm Springs, California native made eight straight cuts this summer to secure his spot in the FedEx Cup Playoffs. He knows now that his 2023-24 card is secure, but a good finish this weekend could go a long way in helping him earn a spot in the Tour Championship, which will earn him a 2024 Masters invitation.

Jordan Spieth scores low on Thursday, but can he do it the rest of the weekend?

Jordan Spieth's 7 under gave him the lead, and it comes after he took two weeks off following a T23 finish at The Open Championship last month.

Although he has not won this year, he has posted some good finishes, including runner-up at the RBC Heritage and a T4 finish at The Masters.

Spieth will tee off Friday at 10:51 a.m. with Sungjae Im and Justin Rose.

Collin Morikawa pledging money to support relief efforts in Maui

Collin Morikawa, who has grandparents from Hawaii, pledged to donate $1,000 per birdie at all three tournaments of the FedEx Cup Playoffs to relief efforts in Maui following this week's deadly wildfires.

Morikawa announced the pledge on Instagram. The money will go to two charities — Maui United Way and World Central Kitchen.

Local officials reported Thursday that at least 53 people have died as a result of the wildfires in Lahaina that have devastated the community.

Read more about Morikawa and relief efforts here.

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GALLATIN, Tenn. and DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Feb. 1, 2024 –  The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) and SERVPRO, a leading cleanup and restoration services provider, are excited to announce a multi-year partnership that designates SERVPRO as the Official Mulligan Partner and Official Cleanup and Restoration Company of the LPGA.

As part of this collaboration, SERVPRO will activate at four LPGA Tour tournaments, taking center stage through the prestigious role of presenting sponsor for the military area, known as the Hero Outpost, and the Mulligan program during tournament pro-ams. The Hero Outpost provides a complimentary hospitality area for local first responders and military to enjoy the Tournament. The innovative Mulligan program introduces a charitable element to the pro-am competition. On a designated par-3 hole, participating teams will have the opportunity to purchase a SERVPRO-branded ball for an additional shot, with all proceeds benefiting the  First Responders Children’s Foundation .

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2023 St. Jude Championship leaderboard: Lucas Glover goes back to back, beats Patrick Cantlay in playoff

Glover is roaring hot after winning the first leg of the 2023 fedexcup playoffs.

Not even the scorching Memphis heat could slow down Lucas Glover. Claiming his second triumph in as many weeks, the 43-year-old reigned supreme at the 2023 FedEx St. Jude Championship, capturing a playoff victory over past FedEx Cup champion Patrick Cantlay at TPC Southwind.

Ranked 130th in the season-long race just eight competitive rounds ago, Glover has since made massive a move in the FedEx Cup standings after double dipping the last two weeks. Climbing inside the top 50 with his win at the Wyndham Championship, the final regular-season tournament, the former U.S. Open champion now finds himself fourth in the FedEx Cup -- behind only Jon Rahm, Scottie Scheffler and Rory McIlroy -- with eight competitive rounds to go in his 2023 campaign.

Glover's march to the winner's circle was not without some dramatics this week as inclement weather rolled into Memphis mere moments before his tee time and delayed his first strike by 97 minutes. An inauspicious start saw the smooth-swinging righty miss the first two fairways while leaderboard stalwarts Cantlay, McIlroy, Tommy Fleetwood, Jordan Spieth, Viktor Hovland and Max Homa announced their presence.

"[I just kept] fighting," said Glover. "Closing holes here aren't easy birdies and aren't easy pars, really, under pressure. It was just keep fighting. Stay close, stay close. I was fortunate to get into a playoff. I said [Saturday] the guns would be coming, and they came. I was just the last man standing this week."

Glover was unaffected until adversity met him head-on. One birdie and 12 pars courtesy of a strong short-game effort across his first 13 holes kept his head above water and his name out in front by a pair.

However, the wayward swings caught up to him in the form of a water ball on the par-3 14th. With Cantlay up ahead adding a birdie on the 15th, Glover did well to only lose two strokes to his foe when he rolled in a bogey putt from outside 20 feet.

Cantlay, the 2021 FedEx Cup champion, added a birdie on the easy par-5 16th to snatch the lead out of Glover's iced hands for the first time in over 41 hours. Glover came back moments later to match Cantlay before once again summoning a clutch putter when he needed it the most.

Cantlay posted 15 under, and Glover was faced with an 11-foot par putt on 17 to keep pace. As he did all day, Glover converted and improved his scrambling to a perfect 8 of 8 on the round -- a far cry from the typical Glover who peppers greens in regulation with the best of them.

A par on the 72nd set the stage for a playoff at TPC Southwind for the third straight year. Glover did not need any further magic as Cantlay's tee shot found the water lining the left side of the fairway. Once Glover made his par and Cantlay missed his by a hair to the right of the cup, Glover became the first player to win back-to-back tournaments since Tony Finau last summer and the first golfer age 40 or older to do so since Vijay Singh in 2008.

It has truly been a renaissance for the 43-year-old ever since introducing the new putter in his game. Teeing it up in eight tournaments, Glover has snagged not only two trophies but three top-six finishes and a top 20 to boot.

He becomes the first player age 40 or older to win a FedEx Cup Playoffs event since Tiger Woods in 2018, and he will look to join Woods, McIlroy and Dustin Johnson at next week's BMW Championship as the fourth man to win PGA Tour events in three straight weeks since 2000.

Glover is running hotter than summer temperatures across the United States, and Ryder Cup captain Zach Johnson may now officially be sweating at the prospect of not selecting him for the team in Rome.

Grades -- Glover: A+ | Cantlay: A

Here is the breakdown of the full leaderboard at the 2023 St. Jude Championship.

T3. Rory McIlroy (-14): A bogey-free 65 was not enough for McIlroy as Cantlay clipped his final-round effort by a crucial stroke. However, it marks yet another contention run for the two-time winner this season and sets the stage for a possible run at FedEx Cup No. 4. Since experiencing a middling spring, McIlroy has been tremendous rattling off eight straight top-10 finishes with a win at the Scottish Open and runners-up at the U.S. Open and now the St. Jude Championship. Grade: A

  T5. Jordan Spieth (-11): It was a fun week to watch Spieth, but he never really put together the type of statistical profile you need to win a tournament like this. He needed far too many par-saving putts or ridiculous bunker hole-outs to ever truly get himself into contention to win for the first time in 2023. Though he did play quite clean golf Thursday, Spieth did not finish in the top 50 in approach play this week. And while it's possible to win when you hit it like he did, it's extraordinarily difficult to do when you're staring down most of the top 10 players in the world. Still, there are plenty of positives to take away, especially in a summer in which he has four missed cuts and just one top 10 (a T5 at the Memorial) coming into this week. He seems to be finding it a bit at a good time for him (and for the U.S. Ryder Cup team).  Grade: A-

T13. Viktor Hovland (-10): Hovland drove it in the water three times on No. 18 this week, losing more than four strokes to the field on that tee shot alone. That's four strokes that would have put him in or near the lead for most of the final round on Sunday. He went on to lead the field in approach play, however, and it would not be surprising at all if he won next week's BMW Championship and moved to the top of the FedEx Cup standings.  Grade: A

T16. Hideki Matsuyama (-9): What an impressive closing kick from Matsuyama, who made six 3s on his second nine and played his last six in 5 under to sneak into the top 50 in the FedEx Cup and make it to the BMW Championship (not to mention into next year's signature events). It was part of a wild weekend for Matsuyama in which he shot a 30, a 40 and a 34 in addition to that 31 to close out his last two rounds. "During the suspended play, I looked and saw what I needed to do on the final three holes. I knew I had to birdie them all," said Matsuyama, who also made a filthy par save at the last in addition to going birdie-eagle-birdie in the previous three holes. "Especially at 18, I looked up and saw I was 47th on the FedExCup list, which made that approach shot really difficult. I'm just happy that I was able to get it up-and-down."  Grade: B+  

T37. Jon Rahm (-5): The Masters champion entered the week atop the FedEx Cup standings and will leave Memphis with work to do if he is to be in pole position for the Tour Championship. Rahm experienced the worst statistical round of his career off the tee Thursday and did well to battle back to the middle of the field, but the damage from an opening 73 was too great to overcome. The good news is Rahm won a dramatic playoff over Dustin Johnson the last time the PGA Tour traveled to Olympia Fields. Grade: D+

Playoff in the playoffs

We have a playoff in the playoffs for the second straight season. Patrick Cantlay and Lucas Glover will play the 18th hole and will do so again if need be before switching to the par-3 11th. Both golfers finished at 15 under.

Glover heads to 18 tied

Wow, yet another clutch par save from Lucas Glover. This is a broken record at this point as makes four on the 17th to head to the 72nd where birdie will give him his second straight win.

Cantlay looks to post

Cantlay is in the fairway on 18 with a one-stroke lead at 15 under. Lucas Glover is on the fairway on the easy par-5 16th where an eagle regains the lead and a birdie ties. Tommy Fleetwood is also one back on 17.

Glover wet on 14

Well…that wasn't great from our leader, and Patrick Cantlay is now in the driver's seat. He will have a decent chance to get to 16 under and possibly go two up on the field with two holes to play.

Glover with the par of the day

Wow! After a bad break off the tee and another on his second, Lucas Glover rolls in a 20-foot par to maintain a one-stroke edge over Patrick Cantlay who is COMIN! Cantlay will have a mid iron into the par 5 to potentially leap Glover, but wow, that save from the leader was ridiculous. He is 7-for-7 scrambling today.

Glover's lead goes back to two

A poor bogey from Tommy Fleetwood on No. 12 has Lucas Glover's lead back to two. It has been a lot of stop-and-go for Fleetwood. He makes a birdie, and then he immediately follows it up with a mistake. Rory McIlroy is within arm's reach as well alongside Patrick Cantlay and Fleetwood at 13 under.

Fleetwood finds his stroke

The Englishman makes birdie on the difficult 10th to get within two of Lucas Glover. He will rue the multiple short misses on the front, but Tommy Fleetwood still has a great chance to claim victory No. 1 if he can just keep giving himself quality looks. The putter holds the keys to the kingdom.

Cantlay climbs within two

The lead remains two for Lucas Glover, but Patrick Cantlay has joined Jordan Spieth at 13 under following a chip-in birdie on No. 10. Cantlay might be the guy to post and is very, very capable in this situation having won three of the last six playoff events dating back to 2021 — the year of his FedEx crown.

Glover going steady

A birdie on the par-5 3rd and all pars have Lucas Glover at 15 under and two clear of the field. If he can stretch this lead to three before it gets trimmed to one by Jordan Spieth who is the lone man within two, it will change the complexion of this tournament on the back nine.

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The Five: Signature Storylines at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

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It took Justin Thomas only a few seconds to encapsulate the collective golf world’s thoughts on Pebble Beach Golf Links.

“There's arguably no place better in the world when it's like this,” he said in Tuesday's pre-tournament press conference.

The PGA TOUR returns to that famous little slice of heaven set along the coastline of the Monterey Peninsula this week, with the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am taking center stage as the season’s second Signature Event.

The world’s best, an iconic venue and an event steeped in eight decades of history: That’s what’s in store at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The Five examines the top storylines to follow this week.

How will the Pebble Beach newcomers fare?

Whether it be schedule conflicts or newly minted PGA TOUR membership, several of the world’s top players will make their AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am debut this week.

Scottie Scheffler, Collin Morikawa, Hideki Matsuyama and Cameron Young will make their first AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am appearance, having only played Pebble Beach during the 2019 U.S. Open. Ludvig Åberg, Tom Kim, Nicolai Højgaard and Nick Dunlap have never played the course in any PGA TOUR-sanctioned event.

In total, the field includes 11 players who have never teed it up at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Seven additional players, including Rory McIlroy, Xander Schauffele and Thomas, haven't played the event for at least five years.

How their games translate to Pebble Beach, one of the more unique courses on the PGA TOUR, will be a highlight of the viewing experience. Pebble Beach is perennially one of the shortest courses on TOUR, known for neutralizing the importance of distance. In 2022, just over 20% of drives traveled more than 300 yards, the fifth-lowest percentage on TOUR. For players like McIlroy, Åberg and Højgaard, that diminishes one of the skills that make them most successful. Meanwhile, approach play and around-the-green performance are statistically more important than an average week on TOUR. Pebble Beach is known for having the smallest green complexes on TOUR, which will put a premium on ball-striking. On the greens, Pebble Beach is one just five annual TOUR stops that features poa annua. The fickle grass gives players fits, especially as the week progresses and the greens get bumpier and more unpredictable.

Per Data Golf, Pebble Beach’s closest PGA TOUR course comparisons are TPC Southwind (FedEx St. Jude Championship), Plantation Course at Sea Island (The RSM Classic), TPC Craig Ranch (THE CJ CUP Byron Nelson) and Colonial Country Club (Charles Schwab Challenge).

So, while nearly every golf fan can recall famous shots and moments at Pebble Beach, this will be a rare opportunity to see some of the game’s very best test their skills.

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In that same vein, a significant number of TOUR pros make Pebble Beach a yearly stop. Could they have an advantage over the newcomers this week, even though they’ll face a stiffer field?

Here’s a look at the players who rank the best in Strokes Gained: Total over the last five years of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. (Note: This list only includes players who have made at least three appearances.)

Only Cantlay and Homa are currently ranked inside the top-10 of the Official World Golf Ranking. McNealy, following an injury-riddled 2023, is 197th in the OWGR yet has the best track record of anyone in the field. Hoge and Taylor are recent winners of the event.

Rory returns

He may be the world No. 2, but nobody is playing better right now than McIlroy, who will make his 2024 PGA TOUR season debut at Pebble Beach this week.

McIlroy began his year, as he traditionally does, with the DP World Tour in Dubai. In back-to-back weeks, he finished runner-up to Tommy Fleetwood at the Dubai Invitational and won the Hero Dubai Desert Classic. He was a combined 32-under in those two weeks with a pair of sub-63 scores.

Rory McIlroy on staying motivated before AT&T Pebble Beach

Really, though, McIlroy’s dominant run of golf began last summer. The 34-year-old has not finished outside the top 25 in his last 15 worldwide starts. He’s had 12 top-10s and two wins in that span.

There’s little reason to believe that won’t continue as he returns stateside, though his minimal track record at Pebble Beach would be the place to start this week. McIlroy has played Pebble Beach three times since he turned pro 17 years ago – the U.S. Open in 2010 and 2019 and the 2018 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. After two missed cuts, he finished solo ninth at the 2019 U.S. Open.

McIlroy has committed to five PGA TOUR events ahead of the Masters in April. In addition to the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am this week, McIlroy is expected to play The Genesis Invitational, Cognizant Classic in The Palm Beaches, THE PLAYERS Championship and Valero Texas Open.

Opportunity abounds for Signature Event status

The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is the only new addition to the PGA TOUR’s Signature Events slate in 2024. It’s also the only one with a set field size. In keeping with the long history of the pro-am format at Pebble Beach, the field list was set at 80 players.

The field size of the remaining six Signature Events will be variable, depending on how the various exemptions shake out. There were 59 players at The Sentry earlier this month. The Genesis Invitational field is currently 72 players.

The final nine spots in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am were awarded to the top finishers in the 2022-23 FedExCup standings, not otherwise exempt. Those players are:

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  • Keith Mitchell
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That creates a unique opportunity for this group to jump-start their season and potentially secure their spot in future Signature Events. The simplest path would be to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, ensuring their spot in all Signature Events in 2024. It’s not the only way, though. With 700 FedExCup points up for grabs this week, a high finish gives players more points than that same finish in a Full-Field Event. That will become important after The Genesis Invitational when the Aon Next 10 standings reset and the top players in the 2024 FedExCup standings, not otherwise exempt, will earn spots in upcoming Signature Events.

Outlasting the weather

The first month of the PGA TOUR calendar has played out in relatively perfect conditions. Although occasional rain showers at The American Express and early-week rain at the Farmers Insurance Open affected course conditions, the weather has largely remained benign during competitive play.

That might change at Pebble Beach this week. Preliminary forecasts indicate wet and windy conditions are coming for the Monterey Peninsula. There is an 80% chance of rain on Thursday, with 2-3 inches expected between Wednesday and Thursday. Thunderstorms are likely to affect the first round. Scattered showers are expected to continue Friday, with gusts up to 25 mph. Dry conditions are forecasted on Saturday, with the possibility of rain popping up again for Sunday’s final round.

Pebble Beach is no stranger to wet conditions. December, January and February typically yield over 50% of the Monterey Peninsula’s average total precipitation. And it looks like the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am winner will have to outlast more than just the field. The winner will conquer the weather, too.

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Every PGA Tour event has a handful or so of spots in the field to dole out to golfers who didn’t otherwise qualify.

Those spots may go to a past champion. They often are awarded to a rising star in the game. The strategy there is that perhaps the up-and-comer will remember the courtesy later in his pro career and will become a regular at that particular Tour stop.

Sometimes a sponsor exemption gets doled out to someone noteworthy as a means to drive interest in a tournament, such as former NFL quarterback Tony Romo, who got into the Charles Schwab Challenge, or LPGA star Lexi Thompson, who wowed the Las Vegas crowd last October before just missing the weekend cut at the Shriners Children’s Open.

According to the PGA Tour, since 1990 there have been just 12 golfers to win a tournament after getting a sponsor exemption. There’s been over 1,000 PGA Tour events in that time, proving the long odds a sponsor invite faces.

Here’s the list of those who won on the PGA Tour after receiving a sponsor exemption since 1990.

Nick Dunlap, The American Express (2024)

2024 American Express

Nick Dunlap of the United States reacts on the sixth green during the third round of The American Express at La Quinta Country Club on January 20, 2024 in La Quinta, California. (Photo by Orlando Ramirez/Getty Images)

Nick Dunlap became the first amateur since Phil Mickelson in 1991 to win on the PGA Tour at the 2024 The American Express at PGA West in La Quinta, California, with a one-shot victory over Christiaan Bezuidenhout.

Martin Laird, Shriners Hospitals for Children Open (2020)

2020 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

Martin Laird celebrates with the trophy after winning the 2020 Shriners Hospitals For Children Open at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas. (Photo: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)

After failing to end matters on the 72nd hole and then again on the first playoff hole, Martin Laird knocked in a 23-foot putt for birdie on the second extra hole to win the 2020 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Sunday’s fading light at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas over Austin Cook and Matthew Wolff.

Matthew Wolff, 3M Open (2019)

2019 3M Open

Matthew Wolff celebrates after a eagle putt on the 18th green to win the 2019 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minnesota. (Photo: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

Wolff, who turned professional just a month earlier, earned his first PGA Tour victory at the 2019 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minnesota. Wolff, 20, shot a 6-under 65 in the final round to edge out fellow Tour newcomer Collin Morikawa and Bryson DeChambeau by one stroke at 21-under.

Billy Hurley III, Quicken Loans National (2016)

2016 Quicken Loans National

Billy Hurley III holds the trophy after winning the 2016 Quicken Loans National. (Photo: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports)

In a year of fairytale first-time winners on the PGA Tour, Billy Hurley III, a Navy grad and military man, winning the 2016 Quicken Loans National on a sponsor invitation not far from where he learned the game has to take the cake.

“Couldn’t script a better one for me to win my first Tour win,” said Hurley, who closed with a 2-under 69 at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland. “Grew up on one side of D.C., live on the other side of D.C. and then at the premier military event.”

Hurley, 34, entered the week ranked No. 607 in the Official World Golf Ranking.

Padraig Harrington, The Honda Classic (2015)

2015 Honda Classic

Padraig Harrington won the 2015 Honda Classic in a playoff over rookie Daniel Berger. (Photo: Associated Press)

That victory arrived for the 43-year-old Irishman was stunning – not because Padraig Harrington was ranked 297th in the world, not because he was riding into tournaments on the strength of a sponsor exemption, and not because an old case of the yips had crept into his putting stroke late Sunday.

It was stunning because when he returned Monday morning to finish the rain-plagued 2015 Honda Classic, he trailed Ian Poulter by four strokes with just 11 holes to play.

Lee Westwood, St. Jude Classic (2010)

2010 St. Jude Classic

Lee Westwood kisses his trophy after winning the 2010 St. Jude Classic in a playoff. (Photo: Associated Press)

Lee Westwood has played golf long enough to be philosophical despite all the times he’s come up short when so very close to victory.

The Englishman who finished second at the Masters, lost a playoff in Dubai and finished tied for fourth at the Players Championship in 2010 won the St. Jude Classic for his second career PGA Tour victory and first since 1998, beating Swede Robert Karlsson on the fourth hole of a sudden-death playoff.

Jason Gore, 84 Lumber Classic (2005)

2006 84 Lumber Classic

Jason Gore at the 2006 84 Lumber Classic at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Farmington, Pennsylvania. (Photo: Hunter Martin/Getty Images)

Jason Gore’s seven wins on the Korn Ferry Tour are the most in that circuit’s history. That includes three wins in 2005, the same year he won the PGA Tour’s 84 Lumber Classic and played in the final group of the U.S. Open at Pinehurst, where he was dubbed the Prince of Pinehurst. He also was a member of Pepperdine’s NCAA title team in 1997 and represented the United States in that year’s Walker Cup.

Adam Scott, Deutsche Bank Championship (2003)

2003 Deutsche Bank Championship

Adam Scott celebrates a four-stroke victory on the 18th green after the final round of the 2003 Deutsche Bank Championship at the TPC of Boston in Norton, Massachusetts. (Photo: Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

Adam Scott, 23, shot a final-round 66 to win the 2003 Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston. He led by at least three shots during a rainy final round and he went on to win by four over Rocco Mediate. The win marks Scott’s first on the PGA Tour and fifth worldwide.

David Gossett, John Deere Classic (2001)

2001 John Deere Classic

David Gossett holds the trophy after winning the 2001 John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois. (Photo: Scott Halleran/Allsport)

David Gossett was once a can’t-miss kid who won the 1999 U.S. Amateur, played on the Walker Cup team and starred at the University of Texas. He won his first PGA Tour event at the 2001 John Deere Classic.

Tiger Woods, Las Vegas Invitational (1996)

1996 Las Vegas Invitational

PGA Tour rookie Tiger Woods holds a check after winning the 1996 Las Vegas Invitational at TPC Summerlin. (Photo: Lennox McLendon, Associated Press)

A 20-year-old Tiger Woods collected his first winner’s check as a professional at the 1996 Las Vegas Invitational in a playoff over Davis Love III.

“Those magicians’ white tigers on the strip were second-string felines,” wrote Golfweek ’s Jeff Rude after Woods rallied from four shots back with a final-round, 8-under 64 at TPC Summerlin.

Vijay Singh, Buick Classic (1993)

1993 Buick Classic

Vijay Singh holds the trophy after winning the 1993 Buick Classic at Westchester Country Club in Harrison, New York. (Photo: Bebeto Matthews/Associated Press)

Vijay Singh earned $180,000 for winning the 1993 Buick Classic, his first PGA Tour win, at Westchester Country Club in New York. The 30-year-old Singh made the victory his 14th worldwide. Singh would go on to win 33 more times on the PGA Tour.

Phil Mickelson, Northern Telecom Open (1991)

Phil Mickelson Northern Telecom

Phil Mickelson won the Northern Telecom Open at Tucson National Resort and Spa in Tucson, Arizona, on Jan. 22, 1995, as an amateur at Arizona State. He birdied the 18th hole to finish with a final-round 68. He is the last amateur to win a PGA Tour event. (Photo: Getty Images)

Phil Mickelson won the 1991 Northern Telecom Open in Tucson, Arizona, while still a member of the Arizona State men’s golf team. The first of the 11 golfers on this list of sponsor exemptions to win a PGA Tour event, Mickelson also headlines an even shorter list: amateurs to win on golf’s big stage . Only seven golfers have pulled off that feat.

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