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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Cory Whitsett
The ball kept creeping toward the hole, falling right and almost searching for the still-in-place pin.
Alabama teammates Cory Whitsett and Bobby Wyatt will face Britain and Ireland's Nathan Kimsey and Max Orrin in the first foursomes match Saturday in the Walker Cup.
"It's pretty incredible just to see how far the program has come along since I've set foot here," said Cory Whitsett, one of three seniors on the Crimson Tide squad. "I mean, to have the success that we've had the last three years has been pretty cool for us."
"I think there's just a confidence and belief we could do this," Whitsett said. "I think it's just the comfort level of being there, and that showed today."