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Champion Langer set for Champions finale

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) Bernhard Langer can afford to take an aggressive approach in the Champions Tour's Charles Schwab Cup Championship.

The 57-year-old German star wrapped up the Charles Schwab Cup points title Sunday in San Antonio, taking a lot of the drama out of the season-ending event that begins Thursday at Desert Mountain.

"In the past, I was always either leading or second or third and there was still a lot to play for," Langer said Wednesday. "There's still a lot to play for because we're playing for a lot of money, but the Charles Schwab Cup is wrapped up and that's great news for me. So, I can go out there and play as aggressive as you'll ever see me play probably because I have nothing to lose at all and everything to gain."


Money Leaders: Champions Tour
Rank Player Earnings
1 B.Langer $2,916,189
2 C.Montgomerie $1,906,381
3 J.Haas $1,685,975
4 K.Triplett $1,429,418
5 K.Perry $1,353,858
6 M.Allen $1,342,098
7 J.Sluman $1,215,104
8 F.Couples $1,200,447
9 T.Pernice, Jr. $1,140,314
10 G.Sauers $912,799
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Tour Stops This Week
PGA:  CIMB Classic
LPGA:  Fubon 2014 LPGA Taiwan Championship
Champions:  Charles Schwab Cup Championship
European:  BMW MASTERS

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