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NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. -- John Daly birdied the final five holes Friday in the Toshiba Classic, leaving him three strokes behind fellow senior newcomer Billy Mayfair and 62-year-old Jay Haas.Making his 14th PGA Tour Champions start since turning 50 in April, Daly finished with a 4-under 67 at Newport Beach Country Club after playing the front nine in even par and dropping a stroke on 13.The two-time major champion has three top-20 finishes on the senior tour, the best a tie for 11th in July in New York at the Dicks Sporting Goods Open.Haas, the 2007 winner, birdied the final hole to match Mayfair at 64.Mayfair eagled the par-5 third and had six birdies -- four on the last five holes -- and one bogey. Hes making his sixth start on the tour after turning 50 in August.Larry Mize, Paul Goydos and Michael Allen shot 65. Mize played the back-nine in 5-under 31.Ross Cochran shot 66, and defending champion Duffy Waldorf was at 67 along with Daly, Mark Calcavecchia, Ian Woosnam, Joey Sindelar, Mark Brooks, Jay Don Blake, John Cook, Fred Funk, Billy Andrade, Jerry Smith, Doug Garwood and brothers Bart and Brad Bryant.ALFRED DUNHILL LINKS CHAMPIONSHIPST. ANDREWS, Scotland -- Englands Ross Fisher shot a 4-under 68 on the Old Course at St. Andrews to take a one-stroke lead in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.Fisher had seven birdies and three bogeys to reach 11-under 133. The five-time European Tour winner opened with a 65 on Thursday at Kingsbarns, will play Carnoustie on Saturday and return to St. Andrews on Sunday for the final round.Swedens Joakim Lagergren was second after a 68 at Kingsbarns.Swedens Alex Noren was 9 under after a 71 at Kingsbarns.Belgiums Thomas Pieters was five back after a 68, also at Kingsbarns. Ryder Cup teammate Martin Kaymer was another stroke back after his own 68 at Kingsbarns.LPGA TAIWAN CHAMPIONSHIPTAIPEI, Taiwan -- Hee Young Park and Ha Na Jang fought through gusty wind and early rain to share the second-round lead in the LPGA Taiwan Championship.The South Korean players each shot their second straight 3-under 69 at Miramar.They also each had only one bogey, Jang on the par-4 15th when she got a chip only halfway to the hole and missed a 20-footer, and Park on the par-4 16th when she drove into a bunker and came up well short of the green in two.Canadas Brooke Henderson (71) was a stroke back along with Chinas Shanshan Feng (69), South Koreas So Yeon Ryu (68) and South Africas Lee-Anne Pace (70). Defending champion Lydia Ko was tied for 18th at 1 under after a 73. The top-ranked New Zealander won by nine strokes last year, and has four LPGA Tour victories this year.Park played the first seven holes in 4 under in the worst conditions of the round. She set up birdies with irons to 4 feet on No. 1, a foot on No. 4, and 4 feet on No. 6, ran in an 18-footer on No. 7, and saved par on No. 8 with a 20-foot putt.FIJI INTERNATIONALNATADOLA, Fiji -- Brandt Snedeker eagled the par-5 sixth hole and shot a 7-under 65 in the windy Fiji International to climb the Australian-dominated leaderboard.Coming off the United States Ryder Cup victory Sunday in Minnesota, Snedeker was a stroke behind leader Matthew Giles after two rounds at Vijay Singh-designed Natadola Bay.Giles had a 66 to reach 11 under in the event sanctioned by European, Australasian and Asian tours. One of eight Australians in the top 10, he eagled the par-4 eighth and had seven birdies and three bogeys. The 27-year-old Australian was looking forward to playing alongside Snedeker.Snedeker added five birdies in a bogey-free round. He has gone 34 holes without a bogey.First-round leader Anthony Houston also was 10 under after a 69.Boo Weekley was 3 under after a 72, and fellow American Heath Slocum another shot back after a 73.Singh was 1 over after a 75. The 53-year-old Fijian is a three-time major champion.ASIA-PACIFIC AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPINCHEON, South Korea -- Brett Coletta shot his second straight 5-under 67 to take a one-stroke lead over fellow Australian Cameron Davis in the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship.The 20-year-old Coletta eagled the par-5 15th and had five birdies and two bogeys at Jack Nicklaus Golf Club, the site of the Presidents Cup matches last year.The winner Sunday will receive a spot in the Masters in the event conducted by the Asia Pacific Golf Confederation, the Masters and The R&A.The 21-year-old Davis, the first-round leader after a 65, birdied the last two holes for a 70. Davis was second last year in Hong Kong in the rain-shortened tournament. Two weeks ago in Mexico, he led Australia to victory in the World Amateur Team Championship and won the individual title.Japans Junya Kameshiro was third at 7 under after a 69.Curtis Luck, the Australian who wrapped up a Masters invitation in August with his U.S. Amateur victory, shot a 69 to match Thailands K.K. Limbhasut (68) and Japans Yuwa Kosaihira (72) at 5 under. cheap nfl jerseys authentic . Anthony Calvillo, through 20 CFL seasons, was frequently invincible and largely stoic in the heat of competition. But underneath the professional exterior he was, and is, compellingly human. nba jerseys from china .ca. Kerry, Just watched the shootout in the Coyotes/Leafs game and I have to ask, why was the James van Riemsdyk goal allowed to count? 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PLAYA DEL CARMEN, Mexico -- Gary Woodland took a one-stroke lead into the final round of the PGA Tours OHL Classic at Mayakoba after dropping two strokes on the par-3 15th Saturday.Woodland finished with a 5-under 66 to reach 18-under 195 on Mayakobas Greg Norman-designed El Camaleon course. He won the last of his two tour titles in 2013.Woodland birdied the first seven odd-number holes, then ended the string with the double bogey on 15 when his tee shot went long into the hazard. He played the first 51 holes without a bogey.Pat Perez was second after a 62. He played the front nine in 7-under 29, making an eagle on the par-5 fifth. The one-time tour winner recently returned from shoulder surgery.Scott Piercy was 16 under after a 66, Seamus Power (64) was 15 under, and Webb Simpson (69) followed at 14 under. Defending champion Graeme McDowell was 8 under after his second straight 65.CHARLES SCHWAB CUP CHAMPIONSHIPSCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Paul Goydos shot a 3-under 67 to take a two-stroke lead into the final round of the PGA Tour Champions season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship.A day after opening with a 62 for a three-stroke lead, Goydos birdied the par-5 18th to reach 11-under 129 on Desert Mountain Clubs Cochise Course.Colin Montgomerie, third in Charles Schwab Cup season standings, remained second. He followed his opening 65 with a 66. The Scot matched playing partner Goydos with a closing birdie.Points leader Bernhard Langer was third at 7 under after a 66.The top five in the standings -- Richmond winner Scott McCarron is second, followed by Montgomerie, Joe Durant and Miguel Angel Jimenez -- can take the season title with a victory Sunday.Durant wass tied for 15th at 1 under after a 69, McCarron was tied for 17th at even par after a 71, and Jimenez was 22nd at 1 over after a 67.ddddddddddddThe season standings were reset after the event last week in Virginia, with Langers lead over McCarron reduced from 935,657 to 200. The tournament winner will receive $440,000 and 2,000 points.CITIBANAMEX LORENA OCHOA INVITATIONALMEXICO CITY -- Austin Ernst shot her second straight 5-under 67 to take the third-round lead in the Citibanamex Lorena Ochoa Invitational.Ernst had her second straight bogey-free round at Club de Golf Mexico after opening with a 72. The 24-year-old American won the 2014 Portland Classic for her lone LPGA Tour title.She had a one-stroke lead at 10-under 206.Second-round leader Sarah Jane Smith of Australia had a 72 to drop into a tie for second with Carola Ciganda (68), the Spanish player who won her first LPGA Tour title last month in South Korea.Angela Stanford, the winner of the inaugural event in 2008 at Guadalajara Country Club, had a 69 to match Karine Icher (70) and Mi Jung Hur (71) at 8 under.Mexican amateur Maria Fassi had a 65 to get to 6 under. Shes a freshman at the University of Arkansas. Gaby Lopez also was 6 under after a 73 on her home course.NEDBANK GOLF CHALLENGESUN CITY, South Africa -- South Koreas Jeunghun Wang shot an 8-under 64 to take the third-round lead in the Nedbank Golf Challenge.The 21-year-old Wang had an eagle and six birdies to get to 11-under 205 at Gary Player Country Club. South Africas Louis Oosthuizen was second after a 70. ' ' '

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