Posted July 31, 2012 on AP on Fox
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About the only thing that comes easily for David Duval these days is the ability to find perspective. Duval was talking late Monday night about the ''gigantic financial hit'' he has taken from the real estate collapse, the solution he worked out with the bank over money owed on his home in the Denver suburb of Cherry Hills Village, and the strain it has caused during another tough year on the golf course. He wanted to make clear that his house, which he has been trying to sell for several years, is not in foreclosure. He did not want to explain negotiations with the bank in detail because those talks are private. He also wanted to point out that he was among thousands, if not millions, who made real estate investments that turned sour during the crash. His outlook was not unusual. Duval never considered himself different from anyone else, in good times or bad. The high was when he reached No. 1 in the world and was the toughest rival Tiger Woods ever had. Everyon...
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