DiMarco joins fray with second-round 65
FARMINGTON, Pa. -- Their Ryder Cup experience was so miserable, the magnitude of the United States' loss to Europe so great, Tiger Woods and Kenny Perry decided to pull out of the 84 Lumber Classic.
Chris DiMarco didn't, and now he's in contention to win the tournament.
DiMarco shook off the disappointment he has felt since last
weekend to shoot Friday's best round, a 7-under 65, and put some
pressure on leader Vijay Singh, who followed up his opening-round
64 with a steady-as-he-goes ...
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