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Postby lw789 » May 11th, 2018, 2:01 am

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- Scott Gardiner of Australia had a 5-under 65 and wound up with the lead Saturday in the Tour Championship when Chesson Hadley stumbled at the end. Gardiner has played well enough in this four-tournament series that determines PGA Tour cards that he already has locked up his return to the big leagues. A win in the final event would give him top status for the 2013-14 season and a spot in The Players Championship. Hadley, who also has secured his card through Tour regular-season money list, had a two-shot lead for most of the third round on the Valley Course at the TPC Sawgrass. But he bogeyed the 17th, and then took double bogey on the last hole for a 70 that left him one shot behind with Joe Durant (68). Gardiner was at 10-under 200. The Tour Finals replaces the old version of Q-school, which finished with a six-round tournament. The top 25 from the Tour regular season are assured their PGA Tour cards, leaving 25 additional cards based on a special money list from the four tournaments. Durant was among a dozen or so players who go into the final round with a shot at getting one of those 25 cards. Andrew Putnam, whose older brother won the money title on the Tour and is assured top status, made a hole-in-one on the tough 11th hole on his way to a 67 and was in fourth place. He likely would need to finish around 15th to get his card. Others who made big moves in the third were Andrew Loupe (67), Rod Pampling (68) and Russell Knox (68), who were tied for sixth at 6-under 204. Chad Campbell, who played on three Ryder Cup teams, had a 67 and was among those at 5-under 205. Campbell just on the outside of getting one of the 25 cards and would need another solid round Sunday. Ben Kohles also was at 205, but because he started much higher on the special money list, he wouldnt need to do as much in the final round. Alexander Rocha of Brazil also was on the cusp of a card until making bogey on half of his holes for a 78 that took him out of contention for a card. Gardiner made the cut in only seven of 23 events he played in his rookie season on the PGA Tour. But he tied for third in the first event of the Tour Finals and came into the final event at No. 11 on the money list. JuJu Smith-Schuster Jersey .A. Happ is coming off his first start of the year, a win at Philadelphia Monday. The former Phillie allowed three hits in five scoreless frames of a 3-0 triumph. Ryan Shazier Jersey . Listen to the Rangers vs. Kings live on TSN Radio starting at 7pm et/4pm pt. You can also stream the post-game press conferences live on TSN. ... -Jersey/.7 million, one-year contract, a raise of $2.2 million. Wieters had asked for $8.75 million and the Orioles had offered $6. 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Our best guess, and its got some variation in it, is that if the Canadian stays where it is now for the rest of the season, which is about 88 cents, that the cap for next season would be approximately $73 million, Bettman said. Thats a guess, its subject to variation, and it also assumes that the Canadian dollar stays where it is now. The NHL, more than any other major professional sports league, is beholden to the Canadian dollar because it has 23 U.S.-based franchises and seven in Canada. The Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens generate significant revenue, but when the Canadian dollar is weak, that amount is less when its converted to U.S. funds. Beettman cautioned that the estimate of $73 million (and floor of $54 million) is not carved in stone.dddddddddddd Much of the uncertainty has to do with the fluctuation of the Canadian dollar. Obviously if the Canadian dollar rises relative to the U.S. dollar, the cap will go up a little bit, and if it goes down the Canadian dollar, the cap will go down a little bit, but thats the universe that were in, Bettman said. Bettman added that any speculation about the cap going down from $69 million would require either a lack of understanding of the way the system works or the economy of Canada ceasing to exist, and thats not going to happen. General managers, even those of U.S.-based teams, have to care about the health of the loonie because of what it means to next years budget. Here we are in (December) and we have the Canadian Dollar fluctuating so much, you sort of look at it, digest it, talk about it when you get home with your people, your general manager, your cap people, Columbus Blue Jackets president John Davidson said. 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