At East Lake, Good Guys Can Finish First

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As the folks who know him back home in Franklin, Ky., might say, "Attaboy, Kenny."

A good guy had a good day Saturday at East Lake Golf Club. Kenny Perry shot 64 and is 8 under through 54 holes of the Tour Championship. He owns a two-shot lead over Tiger Woods.

If that is not enough to make your windmill turn, then you do not know enough about Kenny Perry.

If Tiger Woods is the face of golf -- and most certainly he is -- then Kenny Perry is its heart.

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