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Day wins FedExCup opener The Barclays by six strokes

PGA: The Barclays - Final RoundBy Larry Fine EDISON, New Jersey (Reuters) - Red-hot PGA Championship winner Jason Day of Australia romped to victory at The Barclays on Sunday, winning the opening event of the lucrative FedExCup Series by a whopping six strokes. World number three Day reeled off eight birdies in a bogey-free final round 62 for a 19-under-par 261 total at Plainfield Country Club for his third victory in his last four starts. A distant second on 13-under was Sweden's Henrik Stenson, who posted a 66. Two strokes further adrift was two-times Masters winner Bubba Watson (69). ...

Sun, 30 Aug 2015 18:24:22 -0400
Man falls 40 feet to death at Atlanta baseball stadium

MLB: New York Yankees at Atlanta BravesA 60-year-old man plunged headfirst to his death from the upper deck of a baseball stadium in Atlanta on Saturday, brushing past wires holding a protective net, according to police and witnesses. Gregory Murrey, of Alpharetta, Georgia, fell about 40 feet (12 meters) in front of a sellout crowd of 49,000 during a game between the Atlanta Braves and the New York Yankees, raising additional questions to an ongoing debate about baseball stadium safety. The Atlanta Journal Constitution quoted a fan, Marty Burns, who saw the man fall, saying, When they called A-Rod coming to bat, he got all excited, and his momentum took him over (the railing)." The cause of his fall had not been determined but no foul play is suspected, Atlanta police spokesman Greg Lyon said in a statement.

Sun, 30 Aug 2015 16:51:46 -0400
Red-hot Day leads Barclays by four strokes after 11 holes

PGA: The Barclays - Final RoundEDISON, New Jersey (Reuters) - PGA Championship winner Jason Day made four birdies in 11 holes to bolt to a four-stroke lead during Sunday's final round of The Barclays, the opening event of the FedExCup playoffs. The Australian, who has won the Canadian Open and the PGA from his three previous starts, was 16-under, while Sweden's Henrik Stenson was in second place at 12-under after 12 holes. Day was six strokes clear of third-placed Americans Zach Johnson and Ryan Palmer, who had both completed 12 holes. ...

Sun, 30 Aug 2015 16:29:47 -0400
Golf-Red-hot Day leads Barclays by four strokes after 11 holes

EDISON, New Jersey, Aug 30 (Reuters) - PGA Championship winner Jason Day made four birdies in 11 holes to bolt to a four-stroke lead during Sunday's final round of The Barclays, the opening event of the FedExCup playoffs. The Australian, who has won the Canadian Open and the PGA from his three previous starts, was 16-under, while Sweden's Henrik Stenson was in second place at 12-under after 12 holes. Day was six strokes clear of third-placed Americans Zach Johnson and Ryan Palmer, who had both completed 12 holes. ...

Sun, 30 Aug 2015 16:26:29 -0400
Braves honor fan who died in stadium fall

An American flag is lowered to half mast in memory of Greg "Ace" Murrey, a fan who fell to his death at the game on August 29, 2015, at Turner Field on August 30, 2015 in Atlanta, GeorgiaThe Atlanta Braves paid tribute Sunday to Gregory Murrey, a longtime fan who died after falling from an upper deck in the stands at Turner Field. Murrey, 60, was identified on Sunday morning by the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office. "The Atlanta Braves are deeply saddened by the loss of Greg Murrey at last night's game," the Major League Baseball team said in a statement following Saturday's incident.

Sun, 30 Aug 2015 16:24:00 -0400
Harman fires pair of aces at Barclays

Brian Harman of the United States poses after making hole-one's on both the third and 14th holes during the final round of The Barclays at Plainfield Country Club on August 30, 2015 in Edison, New JerseyBrian Harman fired not one but two holes-in-one on Sunday in the final round of the Barclays, just the third time in US PGA Tour history a player has aced two holes in one round. Harman, who started the day 11 shots off the overnight lead shared by Jason Day and Bae Sang-Moon, jump-started his morning round with a hole-in-one with a seven-iron from 183 yards at the par-three third hole at Plainfield Country Club. According to the PGA Tour, amateur Bill Whedon at the 1955 Insurance City Open and Japan's Yusaku Miyazato at the tournament in Reno in 2006 are the only other players to sign for two aces on an official US PGA Tour scorecard.

Sun, 30 Aug 2015 15:36:51 -0400
Harman makes pair of aces at The Barclays

PGA: PGA Championship - Practice RoundBrian Harman never had a hole-in-one in 121 PGA Tour events but at The Barclays on Sunday he made up for lost time by achieving the rare feat of posting a pair of aces during the final round. The American left-hander hit a seven-iron from 183 yards at the third hole, and struck a four-hybrid from 218 yards into the cup on 14 for his second hole-in-one to become only the third player ever to enjoy that double in a PGA Tour event. "That was pretty wild," said Harman, who had five bogeys on his card to shoot 68 and finish at two-under 278.

Sun, 30 Aug 2015 15:19:33 -0400
Golf-Harman makes pair of aces at The Barclays

Brian Harman never had a hole-in-one in 121 PGA Tour events but at The Barclays on Sunday he made up for lost time by achieving the rare feat of posting a pair of aces during the final round. The American left-hander hit a seven-iron from 183 yards at the third hole, and struck a four-hybrid from 218 yards into the cup on 14 for his second hole-in-one to become only the third player ever to enjoy that double in a PGA Tour event. "That was pretty wild," said Harman, who had five bogeys on his card to shoot 68 and finish at two-under 278.

Sun, 30 Aug 2015 15:13:57 -0400
Chargers say Seahawks rookie attacked QB Rivers

Quarterback Philip Rivers of the San Diego Chargers throws a pass during pre-season game at Qualcomm Stadium on August 29, 2015 in San Diego, CaliforniaSan Diego offensive linemen have accused Seattle Seahawks rookie defensive lineman Frank Clark of trying to punch Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers during a pre-season game. Several Chargers players were angered when team-mate King Dunlap was given a 15-yard penalty for unnecessary roughness as he yanked Clark from a pile of players after Rivers had been sacked in the Saturday night contest. Dunlap told the San Diego Union-Tribune that he did not see the incident but said he wanted to protect Rivers after hearing his teammates yelling at Clark.

Sun, 30 Aug 2015 14:05:47 -0400
Daly out of hospital after collapsing on course

John Daly, pictured on August 14, 2015, collapsed on the 18th tee at Deerfield Golf Club and was taken by ambulance to hospital, where he was treated and releasedTwo-time major winner John Daly was out of hospital on Sunday, a day after collapsing at a local golf event in Mississippi, his agent said. Daly, 49, collapsed on the 18th tee at Deerfield Golf Club on Saturday and was taken by ambulance to hospital, where he was treated and released, his agent Bud Martin said in a statement. Will Dottley, the professional who was paired with Daly on Saturday, told the Golf Channel that he and Daly were walking off the 18th tee when Daly collapsed.

Sun, 30 Aug 2015 13:50:32 -0400
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