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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Kenny Perrys driver is sailing long and true again, just like the one he used to win two major championships last year. Perry shot a 3-under 69 on Saturday at Shoal Creek to take a one-stroke lead over John Inman after the third round of the Regions Tradition. He is seeking his third Champions Tour major title after winning the Senior Players Championship and U.S. Senior Open in consecutive tour starts last year. Perry switched drivers after his first-round 72. The one he used to win both majors last year was destroyed on a flight from New York to Seattle for the Boeing Classic last August when the airline "killed it." "Ive struggled ever since," Perry said. "I did win the AT&T at the end of last year to hang on and win the Charles Schwab Cup, but I didnt really play great and I havent played very well this year either. "Ive been fighting driver woes so hopefully this is a turn in the right direction and this drivers going to solve my problems." Perry had a 7-under 209 total. He had four birdies and bogeyed No. 16, savoring the warm, sunny weather after two rounds in cooler temperatures and playing "very consistent, very solid golf." Inman, a two-time PGA Tour winner who coached at the University of North Carolina, shot a 66 after two even-par rounds. He had seven birdies before his first slip-up, a bogey on No. 16. "I just hit a lot of solid shots," Inman said. "I didnt drive the ball as well as I would have liked, but when I drove it in the rough, I just hit some miraculous shots." His big putt was some 20 feet on No. 7. Steve Elkington, second-round leader Mark Calcavecchia, Jay Haas, John Cook, Jeff Maggert, Olin Browne and Tom Pernice Jr. were 4 under. Perrys best finish on the tour this season was a fifth-place tie at the Toshiba Classic. The 54-hole leader has won only one of the last seven majors. He made nearly matching 12-15-foot uphill putts on Nos. 12 and 13 to take a two-shot lead. His only bogey on 16 came when his bunker shot went long and he missed the putt, but he bounced back with an 8-footer for par on the next hole. A light rain had been replaced by sunshine by the time the leaders teed off, but for the third straight day they were allowed to lift, clean and place their golf balls. "Still the scores are high," Perry said. "Whenever you let a pro get his hands on it, the scores really tend to drop pretty low but this golf course is really beating us up with the swirling winds. We had South winds today. We played northwest winds the first two rounds." Calcavecchia began the round with a one-stroke lead over Haas, but both struggled. Calcavecchia had a double bogey on No. 11 on his way to a 74. He lost a six-stroke Saturday lead in the 2011 Regions Tradition, largely thanks to a pair of double bogeys on 12. "Two wrong clubs and a chunk wedge in the water on 11, thats two bogeys and a double," Calcavecchia said. "I actually hung in there pretty good for that." He said nagging rib problems plagued him for the third straight day, this time starting on the second hole. Haas shot a 73 to snap the tours longest streak of par or better at 23 rounds. He had three straight bogeys starting on the second hole and didnt have a birdie until No. 10. The conditionally exempt Inmans best finish in his first three tournaments of the year was a tie for 15th at the Allianz Championship in February. He played in 14 events in 2013, mostly through the career victory category thanks to his PGA Tour wins, and didnt finish better than ninth. Hes the younger brother of former PGA Tour and Champions Tour winner Joe Inman. Only three sets of brothers have won on the Champions Tour -- Bobby and Lanny Wadkins, Bart and Brad Bryant and Dave and Mike Hill. The siblings both had successful Saturdays. Joe Inman coached Georgia State into its first NCAA championship since 2007 and his little brother followed with a big round. "It feels good to get in because Ive only played three events this year and I just need to play," Inman said. Defending champion David Frost was 2 under after a 71r. Tom Watson, the Tradition winner in 2011 and 2012, was even after a 72. Fred Couples shot a 73 and was 8 over. Asics Gel Lyte iii Zwart . - The Chicago Bears have agreed to a one-year contract with free-agent centre Brian de la Puente. Asics Gel Lyte 3 Dames Kopen . Completely. Two days after releasing Peyton Manning, the longtime face of the franchise, the Colts announced they were cutting four fan favourites: running back Joseph Addai, linebacker Gary Brackett, safety Melvin Bullitt and tight end Dallas Clark. http://www.kopennlsneakers.nl/kopen-asics-gel-lyte/gel-lyte-v-nederland.html . The Asheville, N.C. native, who signed as a free agent with the CFL club last May, didnt see any action with Edmonton this season after opening the year on the injured list. 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That message of aspiring to a higher level of play is one that Carlyle has continually preached throughout the season, whether the team was going through a rough stretch as they did in mid-December and early January or experiencing success as they did heading into the Olympic break. Posting an 11-2-1 record in the fourteen games that preceded the break built the Leafs a seven-point cushion on the Columbus Blue Jackets, Ottawa Senators and Washington Capitals for the final playoff spot but with the Jackets holding two games in hand and the Senators and Capitals each holding one, that gap could shrink quickly if they trip up out of the gate. "It was a time to recharge the batteries but for us its about now getting our team ready for Thursday," said Carlyle. "Thats the most important thing on our plate is to make sure our hockey club picks up where it left off." Given how well the team played heading into the break, that wont be an easy task for several reasons. Firstly, a 14-game stretch that saw them win 11 times (78 per cent of their games) is likely an unsustainable pace. Seventeen wins in their final 22 games is a lot to ask. TThe key will be to make sure they dont experience too significant a drop off.dddddddddddd Secondly, the schedule wont be a cake walk. The Leafs will play 22 games in 45 nights, 13 of them on the road. 14 of those games will be against teams currently in playoff positions. The real test will come on a five-game road trip March 10-18 when they head out west to face the Anaheim Ducks, San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings before making stops in Washington and Detroit. Additionally, Toronto will face four more sets of games on back-to-back nights. Safe to say, the time for rest has come and gone. "The Olympic break for us, we feel good coming back," said Dion Phaneuf. "We feel rested, we feel rejuvenated and I think its beneficial for everyone to have that." The positive aspect of the break is that with David Bolland nearing a return and so long as James Van Riemsdyk and Phil Kessel get through the bronze medal game at the Olympics injury-free, the Leafs should be able to ice their optimal lineup for the first time this season. Believe it or not, due to suspensions and injuries, Bolland, Tyler Bozak, David Clarkson and Joffrey Lupul have yet to all be dressed in the same game. Forwardsvan Riemsdyk - Bozak - KesselLupul - Kadri - ClarksonRaymond - Bolland - KuleminAshton - McClement - BodieExtras: McLaren, Orr DefenceGunnarsson - PhaneufGardiner - FransonGleason - RiellyExtra: Ranger Goaltenders: Bernier and Reimer "I expect the hockey down the stretch to be very good," predicted Phaneuf. "The pace is going to increase like it always does going down the stretch run but I think the break really helps us as players." Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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