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For a while Saturday, it appeared there was as much drama at the Tour Championship as in a paint-drying contest. Henrik Stenson was again on cruise control and led by nine strokes at one point in the third round. The tournament and FedEx Cup races both appeared over. But an odd development happened on the way to the foregone conclusion. After it started raining, Stenson shot 38 on the back nine and Dustin Johnson had 33 and, just like that, the Swede's lead was only four strokes over Johnson entering Sunday. Stenson is six ahead of Steve Stricker and seven up on a group that includes Zach Johnson. Because he entered the week No. 2 in points, Stenson remains a big favorite to win the FedEx Cup and its $10 million bonus. He can do so even if he doesn't win the season-ending tournament. But there's more drama entering Sunday, particularly with regard to the Tour Championship, than Stenson would have liked or anyone had expected when he was nine ahead. "It's stil...
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