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Topic - Jim Renner
Jimmy Walker's future is looking brighter than the constellations he captures on his telescope.
The brightest lights that interest Jimmy Walker are found in another galaxy through his high-powered telescope.
Even with his high-powered telescope, Jimmy Walker might have had a hard time finding himself among the stars.
The finish wasn't what Jimmy Walker wanted. The result is what he's come to expect.
Andrew Loupe knows how one week can change everything. He can only hope his 8-under 63 in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am is the start of another one.
"It was pretty big," Renner said. "I just knew I needed a good week. My back was up against the wall, and that's something I'm familiar with and I don't mind it. But I'm happy that I freed myself up a little bit for the rest of the year."