By JOHN NICHOLSON
AP Sports Writer
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Bernhard Langer and Tom Lehman are too busy trying to win the Champions Tour finale to get caught up in points title scenarios.
"I do know this, if I win, I win," Lehman said about the Charles Schwab Cup points race. "I know there are 30 really super players here. So, winning is not easy."
Langer leads the standings for the 1 million annuity, 211 points ahead of Lehman. Roger Chapman is third, 657 behind Langer.
"I haven't really looked at the numbers to figure out what I have to do," Langer said. "What I am trying to do is play a great four rounds of golf, and hopefully win the tournament. If I can play great this week, then hopefully I can win the Charles Schwab Cup. If I play rubbish, then I'm going to depend on help from others."
The winner of the Charles Schwab Cup Championship, set to open Thursday at Desert Mountain's Cochise Course, will get 880 points, with players receiving two points for every 1,000 they earn in...