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The Missing Links? PGA Tour Starting To See More Personality From Players
Published March 28, 2011
NOT QUITE READY YET? GOLF WORLD MONDAY's Jaime Diaz writes some of the "prospective successors" to Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson have "a lot to prove as closers" following yesterday's final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Fowler and Watson "shot slapdash 78s and Spencer Levin had a nervous 76." Winner Martin Laird "was as shaky as anyone, playing the first 11 holes five over par." Diaz: "There's no doubt the members of the would-be new order have flashy tools. But real stars are validated only when those tools consistently hold up in the heat" (GOLF WORLD MONDAY, 3/28 issue).