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Nov 27, 2012 8:47pm
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Julio Jones White Jersey . —Taking
advantage of perfect conditions and a relaxed pairing with close friend
Fred Couples, Jay Haas matched the Champions Tour record with a 10-under 60 to
open a five-stroke lead Friday in the Charles Schwab Cup Championship. The
58-year-old Haas made a 5-foot birdie putt on the par-5 18th after hitting his
second shot into a greenside bunker and leaving his eagle blast short. “It was
just a very magical day for me,” Haas said. “I had a great pairing. I love
playing with Freddie. ... It was a wonderful day. One of those that you dont
want to end.” Haas became the eighth player in the history of the 50-and-over
tour to shoot 60, and the first since Nick Price last year in the Toshiba
Classic. “I cant remember another time that Ive had a chance to shoot a 59,”
Haas said. “I was thinking about it without question. I hit a decent bunker
shot. It stopped a little quicker for me than I thought.” Haas also broke the
course record on Desert Mountains Cochise layout, closing with a 7-under 28 on
the back nine to finish a stroke off the tours nine-hole record. Tom Lehman was
second in the season-ending event after a 63, moving into position to win the
Charles Schwab Cup points race. Bernhard Langer, 211 points ahead of
second-place Lehman, was tied for fifth at 6 under after a 65. Couples was third
at 8 under after a 66. “Wow! What a round he had,” Couples said about Haas. “I
had a good time, 4-under par. Im not going to complain, but when a guy is
shooting 10 under it seems like youre shooting 80.” Haas is 14 under after two
days in perfect conditions on the mountainside course. The nine-time PGA Tour
winner won the Principal Charity Classic in Iowa in June for his 16th victory on
the senior tour. “The course is magnificent,” Haas said. “The fairways are like
carpets. The greens are perfect. So, if you hit a poor shot, its my fault.”
After making three birdies on the front nine to take the lead at 7 under, Haas
chipped in for birdie from 35 feet on the par-4 10th after his 8-iron approach
landed on the false front and spun off into the rough. That was the only green
he missed in regulation, and gave him a chance to test his work Monday with
noted short-game instructor Stan Utley. “I spent about an hour with Stan Utley
up here at Grayhawk and he gave me some tips,” Haas said. “I told him I was
chipping really poorly, and he gave me some things to think about. ... I
certainly have to applaud Stan for that.” He also birdied the next three holes,
holing a 7-foot putt on No. 11 and 15-footers on 12 and 13. “I kind of should
have known my day was going really well because I thought I pushed the putt on
11,” he said. “I started walking and I misread it. It broke a lot more than I
thought and it caught the high edge and went into the hole.” Haas missed an
8-foot birdie try on the par-4 14th and settled for a birdie on the par-5 15th
after missing a 9-foot eagle putt. “Fifteen was the break of the day, really,”
Haas said. “I had too much club in my hand with 21-degree hybrid. Hit it in the
neck just a little bit, and it hit just short and kicked up. ... I didnt hit it
the way I wanted to, but it turned out nicely.” He parred the par-4 16th after a
117-yard wedge shot that came up 20 feet short and right, then hit a 5-iron to 8
feet to set up a birdie on the par-3 17th. Couples is playing for the first time
since a back injury forced him to withdraw during the first round of the Boeing
Classic outside Seattle in late August. Before this week, he hadnt completed a
competitive round since winning the Senior British Open in July for his second
victory of the year. “Im excited to be out here playing,” Couples said. Lehmans
63 was his lowest round on the Champions Tour. “I was extremely pleased with my
play today,” Lehman said. “As disappointed as I was with my finish yesterday, it
was just the opposite today.” Langer and Lehman would win the season title with
a victory, while third-place Roger Chapman needs a victory and some help to top
the standings. The tournament winner will get 880 points, with players receiving
a point for every $500 they earn in the $2.5 million event. Langer won the
points title in 2010, and Lehman won last year. “Were out there to do the best
we can and at the end of the day well find out what happens,” Langer said.
Chapman was tied for 21st in the 30-man field at 1 under after a 70.
Jay Don Blake, the defending champion and first-round leader, followed his
opening 64 with a 71 to drop into a tie for eighth at 5 under. Blake won last
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down, bringing two others horses with him and sending Harden and an outrider
flying through the air.PITTSBURGH—The Pittsburgh Steelers arent ready to part
ways with Hines Ward just yet. General manager Kevin Colbert said Monday the
team has had “internal discussions” on what to do with the franchises all-time
leading receiver, but no decision has been made. NFL.com reported last week the
Steelers were planning to release the 35-year-old Ward, who took on a diminished
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season. ’ ’ ’ 

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