After Greensboro, Hal Sutton is the only man alive with a shot at the Dead Zone triple crown.
If Vegas is for losers, why did Larry Nelson, a three-time runner-up in 2000, win there?
Jamie Spence closed with a 64 to win the European tour's Moroccan Open by four shots.
Sutton, who drilled Tiger Woods in the final round of the Players Championship and whipped Andrew Magee by three shots on Sunday in the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic, is being hailed as a great closer, but he has won only six of the 15 tournaments in which he has led or been tied for the lead entering the final round....
Billy Andrade celebrated what he called his "one-year anniversary of crappiness." Beginning with last year's tournament in Greensboro, Andrade had missed the cut in 18 of 29 starts. He finished 62nd last week....
Phil Tataurangi made an 11 on the par-5 2nd hole at Forest Oaks last Thursday (he hit three shots out of bounds), shot a 20-over 92 and WD'd....
Greensboro used to be called the Pop-top Open. Justin Leonard must now think of it as the Flip-top Open. Upset by cell phones ringing on the course, Leonard went outside the ropes during Thursday's round, grabbed the ticket of a phoning fan and read him the rules on the back prohibiting, among other things, the use of cell phones.
Nelson, who beat Bruce Fleisher and Hale Irwin by five shots at the Las Vegas Senior Classic, hit 48 of 54 greens in regulation (best in the field) and 39 of 42 fairways (second). He was the 10th winner in the 11 tournaments this year.