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  David Duval   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Duval was the U.S. Junior Amateur (additional info and facts about U.S. Junior Amateur) champion in 1989.
Many commentators believed Duval's career to be over, but he returned to golf in 2004 at the US Open (additional info and facts about US Open), where he shot 25 over par and missed the cut.
While Duval at his peak was viewed as aloof and distant and was not a fan favorite, now galleries sympathize with his plight and root for him to overcome his issues and to experience golfing enjoyment.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/d/da/david_duval.htm   (377 words)

  
 Interview with: David Duval   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
David is a former USGA champion having won the Boys Junior in 1989, and he will be playing his 12th United States Open this week.
DAVID DUVAL: You know, I've made a statement on a couple of occasions that if I had to make a choice between playing golf and friends and family, between that and competitive golf, there's not much of a choice.
DAVID DUVAL: Well, some of the goal as a professional golfer, I think the biggest goal is to be nervous on Sunday because if you're not nervous on Sunday it means you're not anywhere near the top.
www.usopen.com /2004/press/interviews/duval-6-16-04.html   (2062 words)

  
 David Duval: Healthy, confident going into Masters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
DAVID DUVAL: I think the way that the changes were done, the way that they have really settled in, and they just kind of seem to fit and flow so well, I wasn't as overwhelmed as I thought I might have been.
DAVID DUVAL: Well, given everything else being equal, a player who is longer, as opposed to a player who hits it 20 yards shorter, and if they are hitting their irons and putting the same, I'm betting on the guy that is 20 yards longer.
DAVID DUVAL: My thinking on using that kind of club was that it would be that much easier to get up into the air, maybe that much more versatile with chipping, with playing out of the first cut of rough.
www.golf.com /gdc/news/article.asp?id=1409   (4520 words)

  
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In the last three years, David has finished tied for seventh, tied for eighth in the Open, which makes him the only player in the field to finish in the Top-10 the last three years, which is quite a distinction.
David, could you start us off by telling us what you think it might take to finish in the Top-10 this year, and what it will take to make that extra step to perhaps get the title this year.
DAVID DUVAL: Well, I seem to think that you kind of need to play that way to win these golf tournaments, these big events, because there's going to be a couple of people that you expect to be up there, and there's probably a few that you don't, come Saturday and Sunday.
www.usopen.com /2002/news/2001/transcripts/tue_duval.html   (3103 words)

  
 CNNSI.com - 2000 Swing to the Masters - SI Flashback: David Duval wins 1999 Players Championship - Tuesday February 29, ...
Duval was trying to join his dad, Bob, as the first father-son combination to win a PGA Tour and Senior PGA tour event on the same day.
Duval made the birdie putt to take a two-stroke lead over Gump, and 15 minutes later he realized a bonanza that few golfers have ever reaped: Duval couldn't decide what pleased him more, winning near his hometown of Jacksonville (in Duval County, no less), or making father-son history.
Duval considers his sand play the weakest part of his game, but just when he needed it, he nipped the ball beautifully and watched it roll into the hole for a birdie and a one-stroke lead that he would never relinquish.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /golf/2000/swing_masters/news/2000/02/29/siflashback_tpc   (1408 words)

  
 Boston.com / Sports / Golf / David Duval back on course for U.S. Open   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Duval's voice cracked several times and his eyes that were usually hidden behind his trademark sunglasses welled although he never cried.
Duval said he feels pretty good physically and he has been playing four or five times a week without practicing.
Duval was far from perfect during the up-and-down practice round, which got off to a shaky start, but he was back on the course getting ready for a major again.
www.boston.com /sports/golf/articles/2004/06/16/david_duval_back_on_course_for_us_open   (705 words)

  
 David Duval, Golf, Interviews, Quotes, ASAPSports FastScripts, Transcript   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
DAVID DUVAL: Well, it certainly was helpful, yeah, I mean, as far as showing the interest in wanting me to come down and then also me just feeling like everything was really coming together for me and in L.A. and into last week and me just deciding I think I should play.
DAVID DUVAL: Well, I can't exactly tell you who it affects -- how it plays because I played early and the winds weren't up at all and stuff, but the big thing is that you hit off the holes and you can see fairways now.
DAVID DUVAL: Well, I think I believe the difference, you know, if you look at my stats, actual stats from the second half of the year, they weren't bad by any means.
www.asapsports.com /golf/2000dryder/030100DD.html   (2080 words)

  
 David Duval
Duval was a four-time All-American, just the third Division I player with that honour after Phil Mickelson and Gary Hallberg...
Duval's father and uncle are both golf professionals, with his father, Bob, playing on the Senior PGA Tour...
Duval and his father became the first father-son combination to win Tour events on the same day...
www.britain.tv /sports_golf_golfplayers_duval.shtml   (272 words)

  
 GolfDigest.com - What Now for David Duval?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
As Duval's scores have gone up, so has his reputation as a man. By uncomplainingly soldiering through just about the worst slide endured by a top player, Duval has gained more respect than he did with his Double D act (dominating and diffident) while winning 11 of 36 tournaments from October 1997 to April 1999.
Duval denies the breakup is a factor in his struggles.
Duval, who had always relied on a power fade that in essence eliminated the left side of the golf course, for the first time in his career began to hit hooks and pulls.
www.golfdigest.com /features/index.ssf?/features/gd200403duval.html   (3887 words)

  
 DAVID DUVAL, 2003 PGA CHAMPIONSHIP, Golf, Interviews, Quotes, ASAPSports FastScripts, Transcript   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
DAVID DUVAL: Again, those are the people who I guess would tend to run from problems, and I'm not running, I'm facing it head on.
DAVID DUVAL: This is coming from a guy, remember, who got crucified for some of his Ryder Cup stances in '99.
DAVID DUVAL: No, as I was playing last year and competing, I mean, the first thing that came to my mind was the next one.
www.asaphq.com /golf/2003teleconferences/081203DD.html   (5923 words)

  
 ABC News: David Duval a Surprising Leader in Japan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
American David Duval watches the flight of the ball after teeing off on the 4th hole during the opening round of the Phoenix Tournament at the Phoenix Country Club in Miyazaki, southern Japan Thursday, Nov. 17, 2005.
Duval kept the ball in play at Phoenix Country Club and made eight birdies in his round of 6-under 64, putting him in the lead for the first time in three years.
Duval still feels a few aches in his back and shoulder, but hopes he is turning the corner.
abcnews.go.com /Sports/wireStory?id=1324145&CMP=OTC-RSSFeeds0312   (485 words)

  
 Castile Ventures | Partners: David Duval
A twelve-year venture capital veteran with a focus on financial, legal, operational and fund-raising activities, David Duval brings deep experience in all aspects of private capital investment and fund management, supplemented by an extensive operating background in both public and private companies.
Duval is responsible for financial management of Castile’s funds and participates in the final approval and structuring of all investments.
Duval has established a strong track record in building incremental value and liquidity in investment transactions by working proactively with portfolio companies, co-investors and their representatives.
www.castileventures.com /Partners/david_duval.html   (247 words)

  
 Duval nervous in return | U.S. Open | ajc.com | ajc.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In tears, Duval grabbed his cellphone from the cart and called his wife Susie and told he was going to play in the U.S. Open, which starts today.
Duval hooked his first drive sharply, causing fans to duck and scatter.
Duval gives no promises of how he will play today, when he will play again or what the future holds.
www.ajc.com /sports/content/sports/0604/17duval.html   (538 words)

  
 Honolulu Star-Bulletin Sports
Duval shot a final-round 68 to post a 26-under score of 266 for 72 holes to win by a whopping nine strokes as the tradewinds finally returned at the Plantation Course.
Nothing seemed to faze Duval in his four-day scenic stroll over the Plantation Course, regarded by all of the players as one of the two most difficult to walk on the PGA Tour.
Duval wasn't in a zone as he was on Friday when he shot a curse-record, 10-under 63 to take a stranglehold of the lead after which he never looked back.
starbulletin.com /1999/01/11/sports/story1.html   (1357 words)

  
 Masters 2005 presented by Augusta.com - Duval is game's Mr. Cool
David Duval hits from the sand onto the practice green Tuesday at Augusta National.
Duval's family was struck by tragedy in 1981 when his older brother, Brent, died.
David Duval donated bone marrow to his brother in an effort to combat the disease.
www.augusta.com /masters/review1999/040799/duval1999.shtml   (1080 words)

  
 Golf Digest: THE Mask : What's on the other side of David Duval? What you see is what you get
Devoid of polish, panache or pretension, Duval stands alone from his peers, often literally, his image a pale reminder that golf is a self-absorbing quest.
Being David Duval seems to require a certain acquiescence to turbulence, be it self-imposed or through the questionable aim of another.
Duval, a voracious reader, enjoyed the book, though he remains puzzled by the response to Cramer's portrayal of DiMaggio as an intensely flawed human being.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0HFI/is_5_52/ai_73959576   (1437 words)

  
 Tournament Players Club - Sawgrass - Tournament History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Great Golf: March 28, 1999--Hometown favorite David Duval hit a wedge to within 6 feet on No. 17 as he came down the stretch on Sunday in '99.
Duval used his PLAYERS win to move to No. 1 in the world in '99, snapping Tiger Woods' string of 41 consecutive weeks.
Thankfully, Duval had six shots under par to his credit, and his third-round 74 that moved him into first looked masterful compared to the field scoring average of 76.24.
www.tpc.com /daily/sawgrass/history/tournament_history_1999.html   (488 words)

  
 ESPN.com - GOLF/USOPEN04 - Duval confirms he'll end long layoff at the Open   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
David Duval is ending his seven-month break at golf's toughest test.
Duval said Saturday night that he plans to play in the U.S. Open next week at Shinnecock Hills, his first pro competition since he withdrew from a tournament in Japan in November.
Duval will be playing with Scott Hoch and Phillip Price when he tees off at 7:40 a.m.
sports.espn.go.com /golf/usopen04/news/story?id=1820895   (470 words)

  
 TIME.com: The Forming of David Duval -- Page 1
Duval, who was born in 1972, and Woods, born four years later, are two very different men, and perhaps because of this golf watchers everywhere have been longing for a rivalry — a rivalry that may now get underway in earnest since Duval has finally crashed the Majors Club.
David’s blood was a near match, and he donated bone marrow in an excruciatingly painful operation.
David, though he seems reticent to most observers, says that he is much more at ease than he was during his first years on Tour, and here’s yet another difference — an ironic one — between Duval and Woods.
www.time.com /time/sampler/article/0,8599,168616,00.html   (1866 words)

  
 Duval Is Making A Major Comeback (washingtonpost.com)
Duval was the last player to register for this tournament, and when he arrived on the premises wearing his signature wrap-around sunglasses, spectators offered encouragement.
Duval whacked a mulligan, and his second shot soared from the elevated tee down to the first cut of rough.
Duval definitely had a severe case of the "lefts" as he made his way around the opening holes, snap-hooking two tee shots at the 478-yard third hole and leaving his drive in the left rough at the 435-yard fourth.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/articles/A47892-2004Jun16.html   (1369 words)

  
 Tiger Woods keeps money title as David Duval rallies to beat Davis Love
David Duval rallied from a two-stroke deficit over the final six holes to snatch the season-ending Tour Championship from Love - and save the 1997 money title for Woods.
Duval's 11-under total, sealed with a final-round 68, was one stroke better than second-place Jim Furyk.
Duval and Love entered the final round in a first-place tie, along with Brad Faxon and Bill Glasson.
www.texnews.com /tiger/title110397.html   (627 words)

  
 Sports: Duval's crash lands roughly
Duval, 31, is not listed among the favorites and is almost an afterthought.
Duval was outspoken in his belief that players on the U.S. Ryder Cup team should be able to earmark funds for charity.
Duval said his vertigo symptoms have lessened and it was not the reason for his poor scores at Bay Hill.
www.sptimes.com /2003/03/27/Sports/Duval_s_crash_lands_r.shtml   (915 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Duval following his own course   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Such are the rules of U.S. Open engagement for those who dare to walk with David Duval, the 434th-best player in the world and a man preparing to confront his demons one mulligan at a time.
David Duval hopes he can get back in the swing of things in his return to the PGA Tour at this week's U.S. Open.
Duval spoke haltingly, pausing to close the floodgates begging to be released.
www.usatoday.com /sports/columnist/oconnor/2004-06-16-oconnor_x.htm   (947 words)

  
 No Damn Three Putts: A golf blog with some balls. : Yips it's David Duval
Yips, I mean David Duval, has made the cut.
Every round Duval plays he will always stand over at least a couple of shots and think about whether or not he is going to shank it.
Unless Duval gets himself a great sports psychologist he will never be the David Duval that won 11 times in 18 months in the late 90's.
nothreeputts.blogspot.com /2004/09/yips-its-david-duval.html   (241 words)

  
 GolfDigest.com - The dark days of David Duval   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
"David is doing a lot of growing that many people do at a younger age," says Puggy Blackmon, Duval's college coach at Georgia Tech and one of his closest friends.
Duval began swinging flatter to accommodate the weakness on his lower-left side, and in the process, wasn't clearing his hips to the degree he once had.
Butch Harmon has looked at Duval a number of times and admits he'd be more than happy to drop whatever he's doing, although Harmon also makes it clear he's not looking to interfere.
www.golfdigest.com /newsandtour/index.ssf?/newsandtour/gw20030307duval.html   (2692 words)

  
 Welcome back, David Duval   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Duval made his return to competitive golf in the toughest test of all, teeing off early Thursday morning in the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.
To Duval, an often-enigmatic figure who was the last player not named Tiger Woods to be ranked No. 1 in the world, it all seemed right.
Always a man of mystery in those wraparound glasses, Duval opened up his soul for all to see Wednesday, revealing the inner workings of a complex figure who once stood on top of the golfing world, then let it all slip away.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/news/archive/2004/06/17/sports0824EDT0257.DTL&type=printable   (853 words)

  
 Masters 2004 presented by Augusta.com - Duval will be back - when he's ready
Duval, who has been mired in a two-year slump that has seen him drop from No. 1 in the World Golf Ranking in 1999 to 312th this week, hasn't played in a tournament this year.
Duval missed the cut in 16 of his 20 starts in 2003 and finished 211th on the money list.
It was from playing with the injuries that Duval was forced to change his swing, which contributed to his poor play.
www.augusta.com /masters2004/stories/040604/new_679984.shtml   (1112 words)

  
 The Golf Blog: david duval, a different man
It's quite clear to me that David is a changed man in his golf and in his life.
The thing I loved about Duval was that he was a "Bad ass." He wanted to beat you so badly and showed no emotion.
Listening to David's interview, I was expecting him to say something about how nice the butterflies were or how green the grass was.
www.thegolfblog.com /2004/06/david-duval-different-man.html   (502 words)

  
 WOFL.COM | FOX35 News - Fair. Balanced. First. | David Duval Set to Return, Enters U.S. Open   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Duval has not played on the P-G-A Tour since he missed the cut in Las Vegas last October.
Duval is in a slump that dropped him out of the top 100 on the money list for the first time in his career.
Duval is going against conventional wisdom, that he would play at least one P-G-A Tour event as a tuneup before taking his game to a brutal test like Shinnecock Hills.
www.wofl.com /_ezpost/data/5593.shtml   (251 words)

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