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Buried behind the dark sunglasses, the constant chatter and the relentless energy, Jay Seawell experienced a foreign emotion this summer.
The 2014 PGA Tour season will reach its end this week in Atlanta. So who will leave East Lake with the Tour Championship - and maybe even the FedEx Cup? Our writers weigh in:
A nonstop FedEx Cup schedule may not be ideal for anyone – not players, not fans, not media – but the reward at the end will be just as sweet.
Billy Horschel was largely disappointed with his 2014 season – at least until this month.
Billy Horschel redeemed himself for last week’s 72nd-hole disappointment with a two-shot victory Sunday at the BMW Championship.
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