Curtis keeps building on a solid record

Curtis keeps building on a solid record
Curtis wasn't sure what to feel after winning the British Open in 2003 as a 26-year-old rookie on the PGA Tour, a guy playing in his first major. He thought his 10-foot par putt on the last hole was for second place and enough money to keep his card.
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Burger Bytes: McRoy Leads Westminster Golf
But he's more than normal, how many local golf coaches can say they won a PGA Tour event? “When I first came in I heard he was on the PGA tour,” freshman Greyson Lauderdale said. “I didn't know what to expect. He doesn't seem like a pro golfer.
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Crenshaw, Mickelson share record
Names like Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Hale Irwin, Tom Kite, Justin Leonard, Tiger Woods, and countless others who have made a name for themselves on the PGA Tour appear as Tournament Medalist or Individual Champions in NCAA golf history.
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Golf Tidbits: Curtis is better than you realize
Curtis won his fourth PGA Tour event on Sunday, as he hung on to win the Valero Texas Open despite going 1-over par over the final two days. The further down the world rankings he goes, the better he seems to do. Back in 2003, Curtis entered the …
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