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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Harrison Frazar
Christmas arrived a day early in Dallas at the home of Harrison Frazar.
D.A. Points, Scott Stallings, Harrison Frazar and Bryce Molder, all winners on the PGA Tour this year, will join defending champion John Mallinger when the 40th edition of the Callaway Golf Pebble Beach Invitational tees off Thursday.
_ The daunting 10th hole at Congressional Country Club turned out to be not so daunting at the start of the U.S. Open.
I hate to have to break this to Harrison Frazar, but he's not going to win the U.S. Open. It's nothing personal. He seems like a nice enough fellow. He's just had the misfortune — if you want to call it that — of winning the event right before the Open, last weekend's Fed Ex St. Jude's Classic. Nobody in the past 65 years has won the tournament before the Open and then won the Open, too. Surprising, no?
"Right now I happen to be in a little bit of a phase where I'm not feeling my best, but it's certainly manageable with some therapy and some soft tissue stuff," Frazar said. "I'm doing the best I can. I'm not 25 anymore, and my body's just taken a beating. I need to do a better job of taking care of it."
"I felt empty," he said. "I began to doubt my skills, my heart, my body, my mind, my own self-worth. I doubted everything."