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The Tour Report

November 4 2012

8:58 PM

Round 4 update: Lehman looking good

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Tom Lehman hasn’t made a bogey since the first round at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship. If that streak continues, he’s going to take it all at Desert Mountain.

Lehman is 2 under on his final round through the front nine and leads by four over Fred Couples and Jay Haas. If he wins the event, he’ll leapfrog Bernhard Langer and win the Schwab Cup for the second consecutive year. No one has ever won the Cup in back-to-back years.

Bernhard Langer is having one of the best rounds on the course, 4 under through 13 holes, but as long as Lehman leads the event, there’s nothing he can do to protect the top spot in points that he owned coming to Desert Mountain. He’s currently in solo sixth place.

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