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Comment from: Oliver Sudden [Visitor] Email
Rich Beem is exempt next year because of the 5 year exemption from the 2002 PGA victory. I predict Beem has a big year in 2007 because he is a great player who needs motivation as the book Bud, Sweat, and Tees pointed out.
Also, Westwood may be exempt if Ryder Cup membership still counts ?
10/14/06 @ 20:41
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
You're right about The Beemer. I mistakenly thought this was his last exempt year. Not sure about the Ryder Cup exemption for Westwood though. Otherwise, why would the PGA Tour have given Darren Clarke a special exemption for 2007 if he already had one for being part of the Massacre in Ireland? I know they give an exemption for President's Cup team members, but that's because the PGA Tour runs that event. Not so for the Ryder Cup.
10/16/06 @ 08:10

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