ATLANTA -- Henrik Stenson was so flawless that he built a nine-shot lead at the turn Saturday in the Tour Championship.
Four bogeys in the rain on the back nine at East Lake put him right back where he started the day and injected some hope for Dustin Johnson and a few other players.
Stenson made two bogeys on the last three holes -- he made a 12-foot par putt on the other -- and had to settle for a 1-under 69. That gave him a four-shot lead over Johnson going into the final day of the PGA Tour season.
This is far from over -- not only the Tour Championship, but the FedEx Cup.
Stenson was at 11-under 199, and everyone except for Johnson (7-under 203) and Steve Stricker (5-under 205) were within six shots of him.
Johnson made two late birdies and two solid pars, getting up-and-down after a close call with the water on the 17th, and then making a 30-foot par save on the last hole for a 67 that put him in the last group and gave him a chance to see who he was chasing.
Stenson is still in great shape to go home with a lot of money -- $10 million for winning the FedEx Cup, $1.44 million for winning the Tour Championship. Even if he were to finish third, he still would be in good shape to win the FedEx Cup.
Tiger Woods, the No. 1 seed, didn't make a birdie until he chipped in on the 14th hole. He rallied for a 69, the first time he has broken par all week. Woods was at 3-over 213, 14 shots behind in a tie for 26th.
KAPOLEI, Hawaii -- Vijay Singh shot a 6-under 66 to move into second place after the second round of the Pacific Links Hawaii Championship.
Singh, playing his first event on the Champions Tour, moved within one shot of overnight leader Mark Wiebe, who had a 69 Saturday after opening with a 64. Singh carded a 69 in the first round. The three-time major champion and former world No. 1 had six birdies in his bogey-free second round.
TURIN, Italy -- Marcus Fraser shot a 4-under 68, giving the Australian a one-stroke lead over Italy's Francesco Molinari, Belgium's Nicolas Colsaerts and Sweden's Joakim Lagergren after three rounds of the Italian Open.
Fraser had a chip-in birdie on the sixth hole in a bogey-free round that left him at 11 under.
Molinari is trying to capture his national tournament for the second time, having won in Milan in 2006. He became a member of the Golf Club Torino when he was 8 years old.
Fraser says he faces a tough closing round with Molinari just one shot behind and the crowd pulling for him. But, he adds, he will have to play his game and "try and spoil the party, I suppose."
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