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Thursday, November 11, 2021

...But It's the Final Event for the Champions Tour

Yes, even as the LPGA speeds toward their Tour Championship, the Champions Tour has already reached theirs. This week they play the Charles Schwarb Cup Championship.

Defending champion Kevin Sutherland

The Schwab Cup returns to the Phoenix Country Club, which probably explains why Phil Mickelson is teeing it up this week. He can't win the Cup although he could win the tournament. The same is true of defending champion Kevin Sutherland, who has won this event twice in the last four years.

And the storyline -- once again -- is predictable. Can Bernhard Langer win the yearlong race again? He's got five of these, although he's never won the Championship itself. But there are only three men who can beat him for an unpresidented sixth Cup -- Jim Furyk, Miguel Angel Jimenez and Ernie Els -- and only Furyk can win it without help from Langer. If you're interested in the scenarios, pgatour.com has a concise breakdown of what must happen for each man to win.

In the meantime, the field is stacked and anybody can win the Charles Schwab Cup Championship. Yes, even Phil.

GC's live coverage begins today (Thursday) at 4pm ET. It's going to be a pretty crowded weekend for golf, what with all the tours in action, but this should be a good show.

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