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NAPLES, Fla. - Stacy Lewis has never been closer to a $1 million payoff, in points or in person.Lewis is leading the inaugural Race to CME Globe that will be decided this week in the LPGA Tours season finale. The top three players — Lewis, Inbee Park and Lydia Ko — need to win the CME Group Tour Championship to capture the $1 million bonus. In a promotional stunt Wednesday, the tour asked them to pose next to a glass case neatly packed with $100 bills that amount to the richest payoff in womens golf.Lewis wouldnt touch the glass case. She just couldnt.I dont even want to think about it, Lewis said.The LPGA Tour has never had so much on the line at one tournament, an ideal conclusion to one of its most dynamic seasons.And its not just about the money.Park goes into the final event of the year at No. 1 in the world, but not by much. Lewis is leading the race for LPGA player of the year, but only by three points. And her lead over Park in the Vare Trophy for the lowest scoring average is even thinner — just under one-hundredth of a point.Park or Lewis can sweep or share all the significant awards, and while the math can get a little complicated, the solution is simple.Winning takes care of everything.A lot of things are going on this week, Park said. When you come to the last few events, you feel relaxed. Its almost over, so you care less and try to enjoy it. But theres so many things going on, so many exciting things. Im glad Im in this position.The Race to CME Globe is similar to the FedEx Cup on the PGA Tour, except the numbers are easier and the payout substantially smaller.The points have been reset so that the top three players have to win the tournament to capture the bonus, and only the top nine have a mathematical shot at the $1 million. Karrie Webb is holding down the final spot. Webb would have to win and have Lewis finish out of the top 40, so its a long shot.Much more compelling than cash are the awards.Lewis has a three-point lead in LPGA player of the year. Her scoring average is 69.476, compared with 69.571 for Park. U.S. Womens Open champion Michelle Wie is not too far behind at 69.795. Depending on the scoring, this could be the first time the LPGA Tour has four players with a sub-70 scoring average.Stacy and Inbee are battling it out for player of the year, but it wasnt like they were the only two dominant players, Webb said. There have been years where those races have been close, but nothing else happened. There have been a lot of stories this year, which is great.Lewis looks to be relatively safe to win the money title with a lead of nearly $300,000. Park would have to win to surpass her. Lewis has a chance to become the first American in 20 years to win the Vare Trophy, player of the year and the money title. Beth Daniel swept them in 1994.Theres a lot on the line this week, Lewis said. It almost helps that there so many things on the line you cant pay attention to it. Just go out and try to win the golf tournament. Theres just too many numbers and scenarios. I just need to play good golf.The advantage might fall to Park, who recently replaced Lewis atop the world ranking and has nine consecutive top 10s. Lewis has slowed considerably in the second half of the season, with only four top 10s in her last 12 tournaments.It was so much easier on Park a year ago. She wrapped up player of the year before arriving to Florida for the season finale. She delivered a moving acceptance speech at the awards banquet during the tournament. The whole week was one big celebration, even though she didnt win. She didnt have to.Now its different.This could be a little bit more fun, Park said.Points were evenly distributed at all the tournaments — double for the majors — and then reset for the CME Group Tour Championship to give the top three the best chance. Park made it clear she didnt understand the points when she turned to an LPGA official and said, How exactly does it work?The most simple explanation was offered — win the tournament and take home $500,000 for the victory, $1 million for Race to CME Globe. No woman has ever won $1.5 million in a single week of golf.Park smiled.Thats fair, she said. Robert Quinn Jersey .com) - Jahlil Okafor erupted for 25 points and 20 rebounds as No. Torry Holt Jersey . She was a pioneer. She did things on skis that made the birds take notice. http://www.laramsfansshop.com/ .ca Fantasy Editor Scott Cullen, NFL Editor Ben Fisher, and Isaac Owusu discuss three hot fantasy football topics. 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Ralf Faehrmann had already made crucial saves from Thomas Mueller and Lewandowski before the Polish striker scored. The 32-year-old Alonso, who joined from Real Madrid the day before, impressed as Bayern dominated early on but Schalke gradually improved and finished the game strongly. "We didnt control ball possession after the first 25 minutes and that was the problem," Bayern coach Pep Guardiola said. "You have to have ball possession." A botched clearance from Neuer went unpunished before the break, as Kaan Ayhan was unable to direct his shot on target with the keeper stranded. Jerome Boateng kept Schalkes attack in check after interval, before the former Hertha Berlin defender had to go off with an injury on the hour. Both sides attacked in a frenetic finale but neither could claim the win. "Youre annoyed when youre leading 1-0 and you dont finish the job," Mueller said. Earlier, Bayer Leverkusen twice came from behind to defeat Hertha Berlin 4-2 Saturday and maintain its winning start, while newly promoted Paderborn claimed its first ever win in the Bundesliga. Leverkusen went behind in the 24th when Tin Jedvaj deflected Julian Schiebers cross into his own goal. The 18-year-old Jedvaj made up for his mistake by equalizing in the 50th, only for Schieber to put Hertha ahead again in the 60th with his third goal in two games. Leverkusen defender Emir Spahic equalized two minutes later with a header from Hakan Calhanoglus free kick and Julian Brandt scored on a rebound in the 74th when Karim Bellarabis effort came back off the crossbar. Bellarabi, who scored the leagues fastest goal in nine seconds against Borussia Dortmund last week, sealed the result with a fine volley from Calhanoglus cross in the 86th.dddddddddddd It was Leverkusens seventh straight win across all competitions and the fifth under new coach Roger Schmidt. "It was a very difficult game for us, but very worthwhile because it was really put to us as a team," Schmidt said. "Hertha were very well organized and we did them the favour of not playing to our strengths for a long time." Paderborn won 3-0 at Hamburger SV with goals from Elias Kachunga, Mario Vrancic and Moritz Stoppelkamp. "Were unbelievably happy and proud that the lads put on such a performance," Paderborn coach Andre Breitenreiter said. Hamburg fans, with last seasons relegation fight fresh in the memory, reacted with jeers and whistles after the game. "Our performance overall was shocking, a bitter result," Hamburg coach Mirko Slomka said. "Weve severely disappointed our fans, although we wanted to show a new side. Now we have to pick up the team." Wolfsburg drew with Eintracht Frankfurt 2-2, Werder Bremen drew 1-1 with Hoffenheim and Cologne won 2-0 at Stuttgart. In Wolfsburg, Naldo put the home side ahead with a free kick in the 15th, before Takashi Inui equalized for Eintracht with one of his own eight minutes later, albeit with a deflection. Maximilian Arnold thought hed won it for Wolfsburg in the 79th, only for Frankfurt substitute Vaclav Kadlec to equalize with four minutes remaining. Wolfsburg midfielder Junior Malanda missed a great chance to win it in extra time, somehow hitting the goalkeeper with the goal at his mercy. "People sitting at home on the sofa are thinking that theyd have put it in and theyre probably right," Wolfsburg general manager Klaus Allofs said. Bremen started badly and a brilliant first touch from Hoffenheim midfielder Roberto Firmino allowed the Brazilian an easy finish in the 19th. The home side improved after the break and deservedly equalized in the 59th when Alejandro Galvez took the ball on his chest and fired a volley to the left corner. Goals from Yuya Osako in the 22nd and Anthony Ujah 11 minutes later were enough for Cologne to claim its first win on its return to the Bundesliga after two seasons in the second division. Dortmund got the second round of games underway Friday with a 3-2 win at Augsburg. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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