David Duval spent his first full season of professional golf in the minor leagues, finishing No. 8 on what was then the Nike Tour money list to earn his PGA Tour card. Nearly 20 years later, after a career in which he has won a major, a PGA Tour money title and was No. 1 in the world, Duval is willing to go back.
Duval still doesn't know where he will start his 2013 season,...
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January 08, 2013
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...
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July 31, 2012
When David Duval shot a 59 at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic in April 1999 to win the tournament on the final hole and vault to the No. 1 spot in the Official World Golf Rankings, he was on top of the world. In July 2012? Not so much. The former 2001 British Open champion has won nearly $19 million over the course of his career -- not including endorsements -- yet apparently finds...
Ian Baker-Finch loves golf.
The truth is he should hate it. Especially during this, of all weeks.
As a past champion, Baker-Finch should be competing at Royal Lytham and St. Annes. But, for the 15th straight year, the CBS television analyst won't be in the field at the British Open, which begins Thursday.
"I would like to be able to compete and enjoy the experience, but...
Conventional wisdom suggested David Duval would soar yet higher after his 2001 British Open success. One headline trumpeted the "rise of King David." One first paragraph foresaw ascension because his modus operandi had been to elevate after previous breakthroughs. Duval himself fostered the notion, saying, "I imagine this will intensify my drive."
David Duval had to withdraw prior to Thursday’s first round of the Farmers Insurance Open due to the flu. Steven Bowditch has taken Duval’s spot in the field.
David Duval's hopes of being fully exempt on the PGA Tour for 2012 need a big boost over the final three rounds at Q-school. Don't expect the former world No. 1 to stop battling, though, writes ESPN.com's Farrell Evans.
December 02, 2011
The text message from David Duval arrived just as the Americans began to seize control for good in the Presidents Cup. The last time it was held at Royal Melbourne, he was the top qualifier for the U.S. team. On this day, Duval was headed home from a place he never wanted to be -- and making the best of it.
Former world No. 1 David Duval was among those humbled by the experience of playing in the second stage of PGA Tour Q School in Murrieta. Duval emerged with a solid effort, finishing tied for second place.
Former world No. 1 David Duval is among the recognizable names who will compete this week in the second-stage tournament of PGA Tour Qualifying School at Bear Creek in Murrieta.