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Goydos Adds Name to Golf Lore With 59

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For most of his 18 years on the PGA Tour, Paul Goydos has been called “Sunshine” by some of his peers.

It’s like calling a giant “Tiny.” Goydos typically is self-deprecating about his golf game at best.

“Golf writer John Feinstein once said his close friend Goydos can find a cloud in every silver lining.

I just feel golf’s hard,” Goydos said. “It’s hard for everybody. Eventually, it gets to everybody, too.”

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