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On Second Thought

Hardly par for the course

Davis’s honesty an eye-opener

Brian Davis lost a tournament but gained respect recently when he called a penalty on himself. Brian Davis lost a tournament but gained respect recently when he called a penalty on himself. (Stephen Morton/Associated Press)
By Kevin Paul Dupont
April 25, 2010

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Brian Davis isn’t some tee-to-green ham-and-egger, but to borrow yet again from Foxborough parlance, he’s one of the JAGs (Just Another Guy) on the PGA Tour. The 35-year-old Brit, some 13 years into his pro career, still hasn’t won on the Tour, and it could be that his second-place finish last Sunday at Hilton Head will be his legacy in ... (Full article: 965 words)

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