David Duval's comeback could be the story of the year on the PGA Tour
Don’t look now but David Duval’s comeback is gaining altitude out in Los Angeles on the strength of a hot putter. Riviera CC (also known as Hogan’s Alley) is considered one of the ultimate ball-striker’s courses on the PGA Tour. Funny thing is, he’s doing it while missing more than half of the fairways and almost half of GIR.
Duval turned a small corner in Japan at the end of 2005 and has seen steadily improving play so far this year. Besides getting around some nagging health issues, much of this turn-around could easily be because of the contentment that Duval has found outside of golf in his personal life. Keep your eyes on this development as it could turn out to be one of the all-time feel-good stories in the history of golf.
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I hope Duval does come right back. It would be nice if he won a title this season, or even if he didn't, that he would get his ranking up to a more respectable level.
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