The Humana Challenge is enormously important, far beyond the four days of play. It is called, by no less an authority than Gary Player, "the healthiest event in golf." Humana and the Clinton Foundation partner each year to focus on public health, to inspire more Americans to live healthier lives. The 78-year-old Player, for whom fitness is paramount, was on hand in the California desert, helping former President Bill Clinton get the message out. Their efforts truly help people.
But about the golf.
Patrick Reed went 63-63-63 and built such a huge lead that his Sunday cooldown barely mattered. Of the top eight finishers, only two so much as had one round in the 70s; amazingly enough, one was Reed, with his Sunday 71, and the other was ... You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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