Photos for September 5, 2010

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Cindy LaCrosse

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Kevin Kisner

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Marcus Fraser of Australia during the third round of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational on Aug. 7, 2010 in Akron, Ohio (USA).

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Akane Iijima

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Akane Iijima won the Japan LPGA Golf5 Ladies Tournament on Sept. 5, 2010. It was her second success in this tournament, having also won in 2007.

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Charley Hoffman hits a shot during the Deutsche Bank Championship.

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Phil Mickelson is again in position to replace Tiger Woods as World No. 1 at the Deutsche Bank Championship.

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Jason Day during the Deutsche Bank Championship.

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Andres Romero

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Tiger Woods during the third round of the Deutsche Bank Championship.

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Japanese teen golf star Ryo Ishikawa successfully defended his title at the Fujisankei Classic on Sept. 5, 2010.

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Mukesh Kumar claimed victory in Chandigarh.

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Tiger Woods and Ernie Els shake hands after finishing the third round of the Deutsche Bank Championship.

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Gary Wolstenholme of England in action during the second round of the Travis Perkins plc Senior Masters on Sept. 4, 2010 in Woburn, England.

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Laura Davies of England won her third title of the year at the 2010 Austrian Open.

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Emiliano Grillo hits his tee shot at No. 1 during the final round. Grillo and Jordan Spieth, tied for second place.

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Jordan Spieth, a Texas signee, set the AJGA record for largest margin of victory when he won by nine shots at the Ping Invitational.

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Michael Johnson

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Caddie Mike Keeble and Michael Johnson hug after Johnson won the Junior Players at TPC Sawgrass.

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The last player in the field as a sixth alternate, and a relative unknown in junior golf circles, Michael Johnson held off Jordan Spieth and Emiliano Grillo to win the AJGA Junior Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass.

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Emiliano Grillo, left, congratulates Michael Johnson after the final round of the Junior Players. Grillo tied for second behind Johnson.

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Michael Johnson makes bogey at No. 18 to win the Junior Players by a shot.

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Emiliano Grillo reacts to missing his putt at No. 17. Grillo tied for second with Jordan Spieth.

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Oliver Schniederjans hits his tee shot at the par 3, No. 3.

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Gavin Hall hits his tee shot at No. 1 during the final round. Hall shot 78.

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Patrick Rodgers hits his tee shot at No. 17.

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Daichi Morisugi of Japan lines up his putt at No. 10. Morisugi tied for 39th.

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Michael Johnson hits out of a bunker at No. 2 during the final round.

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Jordan Spieth, Patrick Rodgers and Gavin Hall at No. 18.

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Patrick Rodgers hits a shot at No. 16 during the final round. Rodgers finished in seventh place.

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Jordan Spieth at No. 15 during the final round. Spieth tied for second with a total score of 213.

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Emiliano Grillo reacts to missing his birdie putt at No. 14 during the final round of the Junior Players.

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Michael Johnson poses with the trophy after winning the Junior Players at TPC Sawgrass.

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The Junior Players Championship trophy.

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Scott Verplank battled a wrist injury at the Deutsche Bank Championship and withdrew in the second round.

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Miguel Angel Jimenez won the European Masters for his third title in 2010.

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