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Harry Longshanks

The Viking Classic

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Last year's winner, Chad Campbell, is not in Mississippi to defend his title. Apparently, there's this match play exhibition in Kentucky that he couldn't get out of.

(I can't believe I just posted that. Oh well, it's not like this thread is going to get any posts anyway.)

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Maybe it'll give some poor world players a chance, you know, nobodies like Adam Scott or my boy Vijegas...

We want to know what the h3ll Vikings and Valhalla have to do with Kentucky. Shouldn't it be in Minnesota, ya know?

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Greetings ...

While the ... "USA! USA!" ... looks to bring the Ryder Cup back home, those playing in the Viking Mississippi Classic have some different goals in mind.

Leaderboard - Viking Mississippi Classic

• 3rd round leader Mark Turnesa looks to post another milestone in his family's golf history.

• Brian Gay, by winning his 2nd event of the year (like Mayakoba, an opposite one), can secure a 3rd year of exempt status, and vault into the Top 20 on the Money List. Top 20 gets you into 2009 British Open, Top 30 into Masters, US Open and CA-Doral Invitational.

• Greg Kraft, winner of the Puerto Rico Open (another opposite event), can also secure a 3rd year of
exempt status with a win, and climb into the Top 50 on the Money List.

• Former PGA Tour winners Will McKenzie, Dicky Pride, Rich Beem, Woody Austin, Rory Sabbatini and Paul Stankowski among those seeking a return to the winner's circle.

• Like Turnesa, Casey Wittenberg, Bill Haas, Bo Van Pelt and Brad Elder are seeking their first PGA Tour win.

• David Duval, 7 strokes off Turnesa's lead, has put together three rounds in the 60s. It would take an ultralow round just to have a hope of winning. However, if Duval fnishes among the Top 10 and ties, he will be exempt for the Turning Stone Classic in two weeks.

Thanx-A-Lot, Frank-0-Sport

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Maybe it'll give some poor world players a chance, you know, nobodies like Adam Scott or my boy Vijegas...

I didn't realise Minnesota was in Scandinavia

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