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Comment from: Tennessee [Visitor]
I find it interesting that apparently Tim Jackson never was on the radar for the Walker Cup. Admittedly, I am functioning as a homer in this case but he is a two-time Mid-Am champion, 11th in the Senior Open and the medalist for the Amateur, as well as winning his first round match. I think that is as good a resume as most, if not all, the college kids who were picked. Maybe Mariucci (sp?) didn't want old guys upstaging him?
08/31/09 @ 19:00
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
He is their first alternate, so he was on the screen until the end. I think if he had won three matches at the Am, instead of 1, he would have made the team. Beating one kid is one thing, but if he had beaten three, he would have been a lock and Tringale would have been the alternate.
08/31/09 @ 20:33
Comment from: Tennessee [Visitor]
You have a point but it was one more match than a number of players already on the team won and, again, he was the medalist.
09/01/09 @ 10:57
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