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Tom Edrington spent the first 10 years of his misguided youth as a sports writer for the Tampa Tribune. His career brought him face to face with many of sports greatest stars -- Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Muhammad Ali, Don Shula, countless Hall of Fame NFL stars, more PGA Tour players than he can count. In 1980 he was honored by the Golf Writers Association of America for writing the best news story that year, his coverage of Jack Nicklaus' U.S. Open victory at Baltusrol. Today, 36 years later, golf is still a great part of his life, thanks to competitive playing days and the wonderful people he has met on this fabulous journey.

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    baxter cepeda

    Exactly Tom, the big question is how much of this Rhambo brought in himself. If he had ample opportunities to get the rona shot and did not bother; the he kinda asked for it.

    It is extremely weird how these pga tour officials keep confronting him being the 18th green at Jacks Place. It seems they want him to take one of how iconic fits to another level. Why not wait until the man in inside—away from all the people and cameras— before giving him these crushing news.

    No doubt the events put a black eye on the event; even Jack said so. Jack also discussed how difficult it would be mentally for the remaining contenders. But at the end of the day there was a great opportunity out. From Dotties reporting we learned after Rahms news broke out, Cantlay quickly shifted his focus from playing for second to winning.

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      Tom Edrington

      Just another reason to throw darts at the PGA Tour, no way they should have done what they did to Rahm, where and when they did to Rahm.

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