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“Instead, Loy's genius is found in the two-shot, alive with detachment or engagement for the person with her: As Nora Charles, in "The Thin Man," she coolly surveys Nick as he shoots Christmas ornaments with the airgun she gave him.”
“Charl Schwartzel of South Africa celebrates sinking a birdie putt on the 18th for a two-shot victory.”
“He has to get over the haunting bogeys on the final two regulation holes and the second playoff hole in the 2009 Masters, when he held a two-shot lead with two holes to play but lost to Angel Cabrera.”
“The error cost him a two-shot penalty, his diffident response in the face of disappointment earned him admiration and criticism in equal measure.”
“This time, he lost his two-shot cushion, but stayed close after a rocky front nine with consecutive birdies at Nos. 14 and 15.”
“They had a two-shot lead over Chad Campbell, who led briefly on the back nine until a blunder on the 16th hole when he took two shots to get out of the bunker, made double bogey and wound up with a 72.”
“The 21-year-old Irishman will begin the third round of the 2011 Masters with a two-shot advantage but he will be pursued by a phalanx of the best talents in the modern game.”
“McIlroy has a mere two-shot advantage, Yet he will begin the day knowing he is in the form of his life.”
“Westwood watched a two-shot lead turn into a two-shot deficit.”
“After watching tee shots sail in every direction, turning a four-shot lead into a two-shot deficit with three holes to play, Mickelson recovered with back-to-back birdies and stepped to the 18th tee with a one-shot lead.”
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