Posted February 06, 2014 on AP on Fox
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Except for a cameo appearance in California, Jim Furyk has been hard to find on a golf course over the last four months. That wasn't an accident. And it wasn't an injury. Furyk has been talking the last few years about trying to cut back on his schedule, and he might have finally figured it out. His last meaningful competition was at East Lake in the Tour Championship on Sept. 22. He decided not to play the HSBC Champions in Shanghai. He opted out of the McGladrey Classic when something came up with his family. He dusted off his clubs to play the World Challenge the first week in December, and that's been it. ''I'm not going all Steve Stricker on you yet,'' Furyk said Wednesday, a nod to his close friend who started playing a limited schedule last year. Stricker and Furyk are the only PGA Tour members from the top 50 in the world who have yet to play a single PGA Tour event in the new wraparound season that began in October. That's right. Bot...
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