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The Washington Post Sunday - - WASHINGTONPOST.COM/SPORTS -

Rickie Fowler saved par from a bunker on his fi­nal hole for a 4un­der-par 67 and a three-way share of the lead af­ter 36 holes of the rain-delayed OHL Clas­sic at Mayakoba in Playa del Car­men, Mex­ico . . . .

De­fend­ing cham­pion Paul Goy­dos took a one-stroke lead in the PGA Tour Cham­pi­ons’ sea­son-end­ing Charles Sch­wab Cup Cham­pi­onship.

Goy­dos shot a 5-un­der 66 to reach 12-un­der 130 at Phoenix Coun­try Club, the tree-lined course host­ing its first tour event since the Phoenix Open left for TPC Scotts­dale in 1988 . . . .

A bo­gey-free 67 gave Scott Jamieson a one-shot lead head­ing into the fi­nal round of the Ned­bank Golf Chal­lenge in Sun City, South Africa. Jamieson edged ahead of overnight leader Vic­tor Dubuis­son and has a chance at just his sec­ond Euro­pean Tour ti­tle . . . .

Shan­shan Feng shot a 2un­der 70 in the fi­nal round to win the Blue Bay LPGA in Hainan, China, by one stroke.

With the win, Feng is pro­jected to be­come the first topranked golfer — male or fe­male — from China.

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