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Hard Truth: Kuchar Anything But Soft

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Do not be misled by the grin, which is so ever-present, it borders on painted-on permanent.

Nice guys finish last? Not necessarily, but do not think for a moment that the smile on Matt Kuchar is a sign that he's a pushover or isn't grinding harder than everybody else.

A matter of minutes after Kuchar hoisted the crystal trophy for winning the Players Championship on Sunday, he was asked about how comparatively few times he had delivered a title, despite contending seemingly every time he tees it up.

This admittedly delicate inquiry, well-phrased by a veteran media member, was met with a hilarious blast from the usually mild-mannered ...

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