For a tournament that many golf fans couldn’t wait to morph into U.S. Open week – yes, Jim Nantz and Nick Faldo couldn’t be bothered -- there were a handful of wonderful storylines developing on Sunday at the FedEx St. Jude Classic:
• First and foremost, there was Phil Mickelson, in the lead on the back nine and shooting for his first win in four years under the backdrop of his decision to skip the Open.
• There was Stewart Cink, the overnight leader seeking his first win in eight years and enjoying a renaissance season after last year leaving golf for a time to be with his cancer-stricken wife.
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