Rickie Fowler, left, sits at No. 130 on the FedEx Cup points list and Justin Rose is at No. 138. Their seasons would end this weekend if they don't crack the top 125. Photo: David Cannon, Getty Images
GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA | Just steps from the front door of Sedgefield Country Club’s stately English Tudor-style clubhouse sits a pop-up version of a Margaritaville café. It is decked out with wooden floors, ceiling fans and almost every bright color in the Crayola universe. There’s a live band. And when they’re not playing, there’s Jimmy Buffett music pulsing through the tented facility, located just a wedge shot from the first tee in the Wyndham Championship. There are libations of both the chilled and frozen variety – yes, there are margaritas – and if it can’t provide an ocean view, it does offer shade and a comfortable seat while the steamy August heat bakes on.
The Margaritaville café also sits smack in the middle of what must feel like the Last Chance Saloon for the group of players chasing salvation in the final regular...
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