|The Masters - April 05, 2011
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April 4, 2011
T H I S W E E K
| ||Masters Tournament|
| ||2011 FedExCup Standings|
1. Mark Wilson, 2. Phil Mickelson, 3. Gary Woodland, 4. Nick Watney, 5. Martin Laird, 6. Aaron Baddeley, 7. Rory Sabbatini, 8. Bubba Watson, 9. Jhonattan Vegas, 10. D.A. Points
| ||Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am|
| ||April 11-17|
| ||2011 Charles Schwab Cup Standings|
1. Tom Lehman, 2. Nick Price, 3. Jeff Sluman, 4. John Cook, 5. Russ Cochran, 6. Olin Browne, 7. Bernhard Langer, 8. David Frost, 9. Rod Spittle, 10. Mark Wiebe
| ||Fresh Express Classic at TPC Stonebrae|
| ||April 11-17 |
| ||2011 The 25 Standings|
1. Brenden Pappas, 2. Mathew Goggin, 3. Brett Wetterich, 4. Bubba Dickerson, 5. Darron Stiles, 6. Matt Every, 7. Alistair Presnell, 8. Julian Etulain, 9. Erik Compton, 10. Rich Barcelo
|Phil Mickelson picked up his 39th career PGA TOUR victory at last week's Shell Houston Open.|
PGA TOUR: Phil Mickelson feels pretty confident about his game heading into the Masters.
The defending champion at Augusta outdueled Scott Verplank on Sunday to win the Shell Houston Open by three shots, his first victory since earning his third green jacket last April.
And it comes with a notable distinction.
Champions Tour: Tom Lehman made things look easy while taking the lead at the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic. Holding on for the victory proved a little more difficult.
Lehman won his second Champions Tour title of the season Sunday, closing with a 3-under 69 at Fallen Oak.
|Business Updates |
Shell Oil Company extends title sponsorship in Houston: Shell Oil Company, the PGA TOUR and the Houston Golf Association (HGA) announced a five year extension of the Shell title sponsorship for the Shell Houston Open through the 2017 tournament. More
The Presidents Cup 2011 tickets now on sale: Tournament officials and distinguished guests including Premier of Victoria Ted Baillieu and World Golf Hall of Fame member Peter Thomson announced that tickets for The Presidents Cup 2011 are on sale as this highly anticipated team competition is set to play at The Royal Melbourne Golf Club, site of the 1998 event, November 15-20, 2011.
|Tom Lehman won his second tournament of the year at the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic last week.|
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