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Topic - Jimmy Walker
David Toms felt no need to even look at the Colonial leaderboard until noticing more people with cameras suddenly watching late in his third round.
Dustin Johnson had played Colonial only once before, six years ago when he didn't even make it to the final round.
Jimmy Walker’s Masters Tournament debut could have gone south after he hit a tree at the par-5 13th.
A quick stroll across the manicured landscape of Augusta National afforded a glimpse of why this Masters is so hard to figure out.
Fuzzy Zoeller is the only living member of the most exclusive club in Augusta National history — rookie Masters Tournament winners. The time might be ripe for another one to join him.
The road to the Masters is just getting started, and already two players have combined to win five times on the PGA Tour. They're not Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.
The road to the Masters is just getting started, and already two players have combined to win five times on the PGA Tour.
Rickie Fowler has a simple approach at the Match Play Championship.
Jimmy Walker has been at the front of the pack all season on the PGA Tour. He got a jump on the field in the Match Play Championship, too.
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"But to shoot 62? That's ridiculous," Jimmy Walker said. "How can you do that? It's golf, that's how you can. I've always felt like there's a chance. If I ever withdraw, it's because I'm legitimately hurt. I did that in the final round at Tampa one year because my neck went out. It's got to be really bad for me to quit."
"We saw (the ball) fly the whole way and then it kind of disappeared over the trees," said Walker, the only player still without a bogey this week. "I didn't see it."