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Palmer leads Deutsche Bank after his lowest round of season

Saturday, August 30, 2014 9:56:00 AM

NORTON, Mass. - Ryan Palmer has felt all year that something special was going to happen. For now, he'll take his lowest round of the season.

Palmer took only 21 putts and made birdie on half of his holes Friday on the TPC Boston, giving him an 8-under 63 and a two-shot lead over Keegan Bradley after the opening round of the Deutsche Bank Championship.

''It was one of my best ones of the year, for sure,'' Palmer said.

He didn't miss a putt inside 15 feet and closed out his round with a pitching wedge to 18 feet, making the downhill putt for his ninth birdie.

Bradley matched his low round of the season, though what meant more was the timing. This is the final week before U.S. captain Tom Watson decides which three players he will pick to fill out his Ryder Cup team. Bradley always seemed like a logical choice, though he wants to leave nothing to chance.

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He played bogey-free in a gentle breeze, and it was just the start he needed.

''I'm not going to sit up here and say any cliches that I'm not thinking about the Ryder Cup or any of that,'' Bradley said. ''I am very aware every second of the day that I'm being watched by the captain. And I'm just trying to embrace that, be aware of it and enjoy it if I can.''

Webb Simpson, who also needs a pick to return to the Ryder Cup, and Jason Day of Australia were among those at 66.

Jordan Spieth recovered from a double bogey to start his round and, with his entire family in tow, turned it around with four birdies and an eagle for a 67. Also at 67 was Ian Poulter, who seems certain to be a Ryder Cup pick for Europe on Tuesday considering how much damage he's done to the Americans in the competition. Poulter was thinking only about his golf, which hasn't been very good this year.

''I just want to play golf,'' Poulter said. ''It's been a (bad) year, and I want to turn it around right now.''

Rory McIlroy was brilliant at times and sloppy at other times in his round of 70.

Phil Mickelson had a 74. He wasn't sure what to expect and even Lefty had to be surprised by his card that featured six pars, six birdies, four bogeys, a double bogey and a triple bogey.

''I said it would be feast or famine,'' Mickelson said. ''I was hoping it would be Stableford. If it was Stableford, I'd be right in it.''

Instead, he needs a good round Saturday to make sure he stays in the top 70 in the FedEx Cup to advance next week to the third playoff event in Denver.

For two weeks - especially this one - the FedEx Cup shares the stage for that other cup. So many players are thinking less about the chase for a $10 million bonus, and more about a chance to play a tournament where they don't get paid at all.

Watson and European captain Paul McGinley announce their three picks Tuesday. This is the final qualifying week for Europe, though only the players competing in Italy this week can affect the standings.

Palmer finished No. 18 in the Ryder Cup standings. His name hasn't been mentioned as prominently as others bidding for captain's pick. But he looked plenty good Friday.

''I keep telling myself something is going to happen. I don't know where or when,'' Palmer said. ''My game has been in good shape. It was a matter of getting it all together.''

His regular caddie, James Edmondson, didn't make the trip. Edmondson is close friends with Lance Bennett, who works for Matt Kuchar. Bennett's wife died of a seizure Tuesday in Dallas, and caddies and some players wore a black hat with an orange ribbon as a tribute to Angela Bennett. The couple has a 4-year-old daughter.

''When he said, 'I may need to stay home,' I said, 'Done. Don't worry about. We're just playing golf,''' Palmer said.

Bradley won all three of his matches with Mickelson in the last Ryder Cup at Medinah and is desperate to be on the American team that will try to win the cup back on Sept. 26-28 at Gleneagles in Scotland. And he's not shy about saying so.

''When I wake up, I'm thinking about it. When I'm on the course, I'm thinking about it,'' he said.

Bradley was never in big trouble. He drove it long and straight, and that goes a long way on the TPC Boston. Bradley played with Mickelson in three matches at Medinah in the last Ryder Cup, and they never lost. Bradley also played a practice round at Gleneagles with Watson before the British Open.

''I think if I go out and shoot good scores, yeah, I think I'm in good shape,'' Bradley said. ''But there's so many great players that aren't on this team. I don't take anything for granted. I don't think I'm a lock by any means.''

Hadley (66) hopes to break out of slump

Friday, August 29, 2014 8:38:00 PM

NORTON, Mass. – Despite a victory five months ago, Chesson Hadley admits that 2014 has been a struggle.

The PGA Tour rookie captured his maiden win at the Puerto Rico Open in March, but since then he has been mired in a summer-long slump. Hadley has missed 16 of 27 cuts this season, including 10 of his last 12, and came to the Deutsche Bank Championship on the heels of a final-round 78 at The Barclays.

Things can turn around in a hurry, though, and Hadley’s name is once again on a leaderboard after he opened with a 5-under 66 at TPC Boston.

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“The last couple weeks, we started to do some good things again. Even though I haven’t necessarily seen the results, I feel like it’s been there,” he said. “Today, I feel like it all kind of clicked.”

Hadley is the only rookie still remaining in the playoffs, and each year of the FedEx Cup format has seen exactly one rookie make it to the season-ending Tour Championship. Having played at Georgia Tech, Hadley hopes to continue that streak, although at No. 84 in points he still faces an uphill battle simply to make it to next week’s BMW Championship.

“I would love to make it to Atlanta. That’s the goal,” he said. “That was my home course in college, so I know that course really, really well. I’ve got my work cut out for me, but I can do it.”

Palmer rides hot putter to Deutsche Bank lead

Friday, August 29, 2014 7:30:00 PM

NORTON, Mass. – When Ryan Palmer’s 18-foot birdie putt on his final hole of the day hit the cup and dropped, it came as no surprise.

After all, for much of the day he simply couldn’t miss on the greens at TPC Boston.

Palmer took only 21 putts en route to an 8-under 63 at the Deutsche Bank Championship, and after the first round he leads Keegan Bradley by two shots as he looks to win for the first time since 2010.

“I don’t know what to say about it. It was one of my best (rounds) of the year for sure,” Palmer said. “I mean, I don’t think I’ve ever had 21 putts in one round, and 15 one-putts.”

Palmer’s stat line with the flat stick included going a perfect 16-for-16 from inside 15 feet.

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After a bogey on No. 10, his first hole of the day, he birdied six of his next eight holes – including four in a row from Nos. 15-18 – to make the turn in 5-under 30.

“I’ve been putting good for a while. My short putting has been good; my lag putting has been better than it has been in the past,” Palmer said. “It’s been a matter of hitting the iron shots close, giving myself more chances, and I was able to do that today.”

Palmer has a pair of runner-up finishes this season, including a playoff loss at the Honda Classic, and he contended at the PGA Championship before tying for fifth. After taking TPC Boston by storm in the opening round, he has once again added his name to the conversation for a Ryder Cup captain’s pick, with Tom Watson rounding out his squad with three additions Tuesday.

“(Watson) keeps saying that he wants hot players, guys that are playing well at the end,” he said. “I feel like I’ve got a shot. ... I told (assistant captain) Andy North, ‘I’m going to make it hard on you guys this week.’”