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Topic - Kirk Triplett
Even though he has beaten Bernhard Langer twice down the stretch for Champions Tour titles, Kirk Triplett isn't ready to say he's the German star's nemesis.
Kirk Triplett jokes that fellow golfers say they think Bernhard Langer is human.
Scott Steele, a popular PGA Tour caddie who worked for Larry Mize when he won the 1987 Masters, has died of a heart attack. He was 55.
When it comes to golf, Kirk Triplett and Duffy Waldorf have been around the block. Since they turned professional in 1985, the longtime friends have won multiple tournaments on the PGA Tour, competed for major championships and climbed into the top 50 of the World Golf Rankings.
"It didn't matter if you were a major champion or a Monday qualifier, you always got his best game," Triplett said. "He may be gone but he will continue to be an inspiration to me and many others for a long time to come."
"I do have an edge over [younger players] in certain areas, but they certainly can hit shots that I can't hit," Triplett said. "But I know I can't hit them, so I don't try. As long as I don't try, I'm OK, and I can compete."