- Masters Bound
Next April, 14-year-old Guan Tianlang will become the youngest participant in Masters history. He earned a historic invitation Sunday with his win in the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship.
- Poults Power
Ian Poulter turned a 4-shot deficit into a 2-shot win in the WGC-HSBC Champions. His 21-under-par total is the new record low for the event in relation to par.
Tom Lehman is the first ever to win back-to-back Charles Schwab Cup Championships. He shot a final round 65 to win the season finale by 6 shots over Jay Haas to clinch the Cup.
- 64 for 4
Stacy Lewis shot a final round 64 to win the Mizuno Classic for her 4th LPGA Tour win of the season. She is almost assured to become the first U.S. player to win the Rolex Player of the Year since 1994.
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- Largest Gas Price Drop in 4 Years
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