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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Paul Goydos shot an 8-under 62 on Friday in windy conditions to take a three-stroke lead in the PGA Tour Champions season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship.The 52-year-old Goydos holed out from 167 yards for eagle on the par-4 12th and closed with birdies on the par-3 17th and par-5 18th on Desert Mountain Clubs Cochise Course.It started off hard, it calmed down a little bit as the day progressed, Goydos said. In tough conditions we need to do good things. I made a bomb on the first hole for birdie, which kind of maybe relaxes you a little bit. I thought if I shot under par today, youd have a good day.You knew the first five or six holes were going to be difficult, and to get a birdie early kind of calms you down. Actually, there were two. I made about a 12-footer for par after a mediocre iron shot. If I dont make that, I might shoot 70 today, but I made that putt and kept the momentum going.Colin Montgomerie, third in Charles Schwab Cup season standings, was second. The Scot birdied the final two holes.I must say Paul Goydos score this morning, because it was windy this morning, I think that 8 under this morning was one of the best scores weve seen all year, Montgomerie said. Tremendous score. Even to get within three for me was a delight.Points leader Bernhard Langer topped the group at 67.I actually played very nicely, Langer said. I maybe hit two bad 5 irons, came out of it a little bit and that was it. One resulted in a bogey and the other one I three-putted for bogey. But the rest of the day I hit the ball very solid, gave myself opportunities and just didnt make a whole lot of putts. ... Not too far behind, right there to still challenge for the championship.The top five in the standings -- Richmond winner Scott McCarron is second, followed by Montgomerie, Joe Durant and Miguel Angel Jimenez -- can take the season title with a victory Sunday. McCarron holed out from the fairway for eagle on the par-5 15th in a 69. Durant shot 70, and Jimenez had a 74.Im a scoreboard watcher and I know exactly whats going on, especially with my German friend behind and Scott McCarron and Joe and also Miguel, Montgomerie said. Its just great to get in after just one round ahead of these guys at least to give myself a chance.Tom Pernice Jr., the winner of the playoff opener two weeks ago in California, also was at 67 along with Paul Broadhurst and Duffy Waldorf.The season standings were reset after the event last week in Virginia, with Langers lead over McCarron reduced from 935,657 to 200. The tournament winner will receive $440,000 and 2,000 points.Langer is recovering from a left knee injury that forced him to withdraw from the playoff opener at Sherwood, The 59-year-old German has a tour-high four victories and has wrapped up the season money title with $2,836,459. He won season titles in 2010, 2014 and 2015.Goydos entered the week 24th in the standings. He birdied four of the last five holes in a front-nine 30, and bogeyed the par-4 10th.I messed up 10 a little bit, made a bad swing and thats going to happen, Goydos said. Its hard to be perfect in tougher conditions.He rebounded with the eagle on 12.On the fly, didnt damage the cup, couldnt have been more center cup, Goydos said. It didnt even touch the cup. I had 167 yards, a 6-iron into the wind. It wasnt blowing too hard.The two-time PGA Tour winner won the Dicks Sporting Goods Open in July for his third senior title. He shot a 59 in the PGA Tours 2010 John Deere Classic.I remember when I did the 59 group and I talked to Annika (Sorenstam) about it, talked about being in the zone, Goydos said. When you play good, youre always in the present. Youre not worried about what youre shooting, youre worried about the shot at hand. Youre not worried about the green or the bunkers or whatevers up there, youre worried about your target and making a good swing.Today, I was very much in the present almost the entire day and that tends to be at least one of the prerequisites to playing good and then good things happen. Jordan Shoes Authentic Cheap . Patrice Bergeron and Daniel Paille scored 20 seconds apart a few minutes after Stamkos was taken off the ice on a stretcher with a broken right leg, and the Bruins beat the Lightning 3-0 on Monday afternoon. 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WELLINGTON, New Zealand -- New Zealand motor racing driver Chris Amon, who was considered one of the best Formula One drivers of his generation, has died aged 73, his family said on Wednesday.The cause of death was cancer.Amon competed in Formula One between 1963 and 1976, starting 95 races, taking five pole positions and finishing on the podium 11 times without winning.American F1 champion Mario Andretti said Amon was so unlucky if he became an undertaker, people would give up dying while three-time champion Jackie Stewart called him one of the most skilful and natural drivers ever to grace Formula One.Amon won the 1966 Le Mans 24 hour race with compatriot Bruce McLaren in a Ford GT40 with compatriot Bruce McLaren, who was later killed in a racing accident. Amons death came shortly after the 50th anniversary of that victory.Amon refuted the unlucky tag which was attached to his career saying he was lucky to have survived in one of motor racings most dangerous eras.A lot of people say I was very unlucky and I suppose in terms of results, I was, Amon said. But one thing I do always say to people is that I am very lucky to be here. I am eternally thankful to be here.Amon spent the first four years of his F1 career aacross the Lola, Lotus, Brabham, Cooper and McLaren teams before moving to Ferrari in 1967, where he spent three seasons.ddddddddddddThat 1967 season was the zenith of New Zealands involvement in F1, with compatriot Denny Hulme winning the championship, and McLaren also racing.Ferraris then technical director Mauro Forghieri said Amon was by far the best test driver I have ever worked with. He had all the qualities to be a world champion but bad luck just wouldnt let him be.Amon said it was very frustrating sometimes. We were so close and yet so far on so many occasions right through my career really.But I did have a reasonable amount of success in sports cars and that sort of balanced it up a bit.After moving from Ferrari to March, Amon also raced with Matra, Tecno, Tyrrell, BRM, Ensign and Williams over the remaining years of his F1 career, as well as one race with the short-lived team he started. His last F1 grand prix was in Canada in 1976.His major successes came in sports car racing and including the Silverstone International Trophy, the 1000km Monza and the Daytona 24 hours race. ' ' '

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