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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Dicky Pride
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2013 Fantasy Outlook
There's a reason professional golfers want to avoid Q-School at all costs - it's really tough. Just ask Dicky Pride, who failed in his four most recent attempts. Pride didn't throw in the towel on his career, though, he just went about things a different way, earning his card on the job. With a top-64 elsewhere in the world, Pride gained access to the Mayakoba Classic in February. He finished T5 there, which gave him the chance to play the following week at the Honda Classic where he again finished in the top 10. The following week he earned a top-20. It was a great run for Pride, but it wouldn't have meant much without his runner-up finish at the Byron Nelson. At that point, Pride was fully exempt for the season and likely for the 2013 season. He didn't do much after that, but at least he has his card.
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Will play at Sea Island Resort
Finishes T33 at Wyndham Championship
Pride struggled to an even-par 70 on Sunday, finishing T33 at the Wyndham Championship and nine-under for the week.
Pride missed the cut by one stroke at the FedEx St. Jude Classic with a two-day total of two-over-par.
Pride fired an even-under par 72 on Sunday to finish T27 at 2-under for the tournament at the Puerto Rico Open in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.
Pride birdied the final two holes to shoot a course record 7-under 63 Sunday and tie for seventh at the RBC Canadian Open.