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Comment from: Wendy (UK) [Visitor] Email
Well, thank goodness the wotsit's past the yardarm and I can have a glass of wine to steady the nerves.

Have been following 3 qualifiers from Nationwide (Nick Flanagan, Jason Day & Martin Laird) and 3 from Q-school (Brad Adamonis, Dustin Johnson & Alejandro Canizares) this year so final tournament of great interest to me. Cannot believe Jason Day can shoot -15 and be in the top 10 - last time I looked - and still lose out. With current dearth of Scotsmen, do hope Martin Laird makes it. Brad Adamonis might just cling on. Also watching some of those on the bubble play incredibly well but probably still lose out - Joe Durant, Kevin Stadler, etc. Cruel world. Jeff Overton, Erik Compton, Dudley Hart still standing though.

Must get back to the action.

11/09/08 @ 14:10
Comment from: Oliver Sudden [Visitor] Email
All very interesting but keep in mind that this year only 5 out of 25 Nationwide grads from 2007 kept their cards and only 10 finished in the top 150. From Q-School 7 kept their cards and 10 finished in the top 150. Things get tough on the big tour.
11/09/08 @ 22:29
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Both ends of the spectrum. Jason Gore & Hunter Haas succumbed to the pressure mid-round, and Martin Laird & Bryce Molder did just enough. Laird made that huge 8 footer on the 72nd to eke out his Tour card. Molder nearly choked away his card with an awful back nine but had such a big cushion that a two-over par back nine did not matter.
11/10/08 @ 07:38
Comment from: Meraj Shah [Visitor] Email
Talk about a turn around. Couldn't have guessed that Watney was going to come back so strong this year
03/26/09 @ 06:24
Comment from: Meraj Shah [Visitor] Email
What a turn around for Watney!
03/26/09 @ 06:27
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Agreed, Watney's play this year is the biggest surprise in pro golf.
03/26/09 @ 07:30

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