Move from 82nd to 31st electrifies golfing world: Duval, Hawaii and the PGA Tour
The last time I was so jacked about a guy moving from 82nd to 31st was … never. Yet here is Double D, complimenting eleven pars with seven birdies, firing the third-lowest score of the tournament, and getting the supportive juices flowing. Who doesn’t miss Double D? He was like the Marshal, all quiet and mysterious, taking the club back, playing the fade, strolling with a hint of saunter toward the green. If he does indeed make it back all the way in 2006, kudos go to a little-known columnist who predicted it first. And to think, he didn’t even birdie the accessible eighteenth, which might have put him into the top-20 for the first time in forever. Imagine what he’ll do when he gets on home turf in FLA!!
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DD's good play moved him up 52 places in the OWGR from 492nd to 440...Tiger! Lookout behind you!
What a story if Duval were to get all the way back to competitive again. It would probably be unprecendented.