Ryan Palmer finished fourth at the Valero Texas Open last month and 23rd last week at The Players Championship. He has made the cut in 11 consecutive tournaments this year.
Ryan Palmer finished fourth at the Valero Texas Open last month and 23rd last week at The Players Championship. He has made the cut in 11 consecutive tournaments this year. Lynne Sladky AP
Ryan Palmer finished fourth at the Valero Texas Open last month and 23rd last week at The Players Championship. He has made the cut in 11 consecutive tournaments this year. Lynne Sladky AP

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