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Singleton strolled around the course Wednesday with two-time major champion John Daly and PGA Tour regular Dustin Johnson. The latter introduced himself on the first tee but didn't inquire further until they got to the third hole. "Do you play on the European Tour?" Johnson finally asked. "No," Singleton replied, "I work in a factory."
All signs, and particularly the numbers, pointed to another meltdown by John Daly.
John Daly has gone 17 straight years on the PGA Tour with at least one round in the 80s. He didn't even manage that Friday in the Valspar Championship.
Justin Rose had another great finish, chipping in from 40 feet on his last hole for a 3-under 68 that gave him a share of the lead among the early starters Friday in the Valspar Championship.
He used up 12 of those shots on the 16th hole — tied for his fourth-highest score on any one hole — but was more concerned with the putting yips. Daly said the yips began last Sunday in Puerto Rico and reached a low point at Innisbrook.
One year after a giant meteor streaked across Russia's sky, Alexander Tretiakov flashed by.
American Matt Antoine capped a storybook comeback with a bronze medal in Saturday's skeleton final.
John Daly never saw the standing ovation he got at the finish line. He didn't see his family cheering through their anguish, either.
Latvia's Martins Dukurs clinched his fifth straight overall World Cup men's skeleton championship with a win in Saturday's final race this season.