Blake birdied three of the final four holes for a 6-under 64 and a one-stroke lead Thursday in the Charles Schwab Cup Championship. Last year, he won at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. Gary Hallberg shot a 65 in perfect conditions on a warm day at Desert Mountain with the golf clubs for sale , and Couples was another stroke back along with Jay Haas, Olin Browne and Bill Glasson. Couples is playing for the first time since a back injury forced him to withdraw during the first round of the Boeing Classic outside Seattle in late August. He completed a round for the first time since winning the Senior Open Championship in July for his second victory of the year. "Beginner's luck," Couples said jokingly after birdie the final two holes on the Cochise Course. "I hit the ball solid with my favorite taylormade rocketballz irons . I'm thrilled to death to be 4 under." Charles Schwab Cup leader Bernhard Langer birdied the final two holes for a 69, second-place Tom Lehman shot a 68, and third-place Roger Chapman had a 69. "I'm very happy with my finish," Langer said. Langer has a 211-point lead over Lehman and a 657-point advantage over Chapman in the race for the $1 million annuity. The tournament winner will get 880 points, with players receiving a point for every $500 they earn in the $2.5 million event. Langer and Lehman would win the season title with a victory, while Chapman needs a victory with the great rocketballz irons for sale and some help to top the standings. "Obviously, in the back of your head, there is always, 'What does everyone else do?' “Langer said.”But I can't control any of the other players." The German star has two victories this season and leads the money list with $2,023,296. He's coming off a playoff loss to David Frost on Sunday in San Antonio.
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