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Topic - Kelly Kraft
Ernie Els suggested that playing in the Frys.com Open last year helped him achieve a major victory this year. He's hoping it can happen again.
Five more young golfers have committed to playing in this year's Travelers Championship, which is gaining a reputation as a good tournament for new talent to break through on the PGA Tour.
Like Freddie Couples, Tom Watson knows all about turning back the clock.
The 97 players who have qualified and are expected to compete in the 76th Masters, to be played April 5-8 at Augusta National Golf Club. Players listed in only one category for which they are eligible. The winner of the Houston Open, if not already eligible, also will be invited:
Patrick Cantaly's impressive summer just keeps getting better.
"I knew I had to make it," Kraft said. "This is what I stayed an amateur for, to play in this. Now I get to play all four rounds, so it's even better."
"We're both playing the same golf course tomorrow, and we've both made it this far, so we're both playing pretty good," Kraft said. "I like my chances out there tomorrow."