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"If he's within seven, eight strokes of the lead come Sunday, he's still a serious contender. He's still one of the favorites." DAVID FEHERTY
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"We're back to where if Tiger plays well, he wins. And if he plays really well, he wins by eight. It's not the Big Five. It never was. It's a Big Four and a Giant, Humongous One." DAVID FEHERTY
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"Hey, the Canadian Open is still one of the titles players love to have on their resume - it's a national open. It's always been an important tournament, no doubt about that." DAVID FEHERTY
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"There's only one record that he cares about, one number that he's focused on forever: 19. It's what drives him." DAVID FEHERTY
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"There's nothing wrong with Mike -- he just hasn't clicked yet this year. There's time left and I expect him to win before the season's out." DAVID FEHERTY
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"We're also still walking around with the same mental demons. A 4-foot putt to win will never get any less petrifying." DAVID FEHERTY
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"It was the highlight of my career. The Ryder Cup is amazing. It is the most terrified I have ever been on a golf course." DAVID FEHERTY
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Birth: 1564-04-26 Death: 1616-04-23

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