The more things change, the more they stay the same. The PGA Tour is undergoing an unprecedented change in the way it calculates all sorts of things including earnings, exemptions to majors and playing status, but it seems that one thing will remain the same -- the fall portion of the season is still the best time of the year for first-time winners. Jimmy Walker took advantage of a weaker field last week at the Frys.com Open and captured his first victory on the PGA Tour. And while Walker is no slouch, there's no denying that this portion of the season, be it part of the 2014 season or not, allows for greater opportunity to win for would-be first-timers. Unlike years ...
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