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ON THE TEE: Most compelling race in Boston at the bottom

For at least one day, the battle at the bottom was more compelling than the battle for No. 1 at the Deutsche Bank Championship. Whoever lands at No. 1 in the world ranking — Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth or Jason Day — won't be decided until after the traditional Labor Day finish at the TPC Boston. And even after the good (Day shot 68), pretty good (McIlroy shot 70) and the ugly (Spieth shot 75), the only number that matters is the math used for the ranking formula. Far more easier to understand is the FedEx Cup. Luke Donald made a late surge just to get into the top 125 who qualify for the PGA Tour's version of a postseason. He started at No. 119, and then moved...

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