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Sergio Garcia Leads the Pack at Deutsche Bank Championship

Sergio Garcia Leads the Pack at Deutsche Bank Championship
It has been a rough year for Sergio Garcia.  Plagued by an irreverent comment directed at Tiger Woods earlier this summer, the pressure of the world’s attention seemed to stall the Spaniard’s game.  Making for a pretty uneventful year on Tour.  That was until this weekend in Boston.  Garcia enters the final round of today’s Deutsche Bank Championship at the top of the leaderboard with a cool 19-under-par.  But will he be able to sustain it?
With many of the world’s best players hot on his tail, Garcia is looking to capture his first PGA Tour win of the season, only his second in the last five years.  In a tournament that he usually skips, the 33-year-old is hoping a win in Boston today will put an end to a tough summer.
“It's been a little bit difficult for me.  But I'm trying hard to keep going, to keep doing the right things,” said Garcia.  “At the end of the day that's the only thing I can ask myself for - give my best effort out there.  Some days you feel better than others.”
So how does Garcia think his chances are for a victory this Labor Day Monday?
“Hopefully I’ll be able to believe in the way I’ve been believing this whole weekend.  If I’m able to do that I should have a chance, a good chance of winning.  If not, then I’ll fight as hard as I can to get it.”

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