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The Tour Report

May 29 2010

9:58 PM

Will international streak continue?

It’s not a Presidents Cup year, but there is a distinct international flavor to the PGA TOUR right now.

The last four winners have come from Northern Ireland (Rory McIlroy at the Quail Hollow Championship), South Africa (Tim Clark at THE PLAYERS) and Australia (Adam Scott at the Valero Texas Open and Jason Day at the HP Byron Nelson Championship).

The leaderboard at the Crowne Plaza Invitational, though, has a decidedly American flavor with eight of the top nine players hailing from the United States.

The one who doesn’t? That’s Brian Davis, a transplanted Brit who lives in Orlando, and is tied  for the lead with Bryce Molder at 16 under.

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