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Golf Australia Express : June 2014
cuts for one top 10 result the following year on the PGA Tour, made five of nine cuts in 2007 and two out of four in 2008. He never made the cut at another PGA Tour event after 2008 and hasn’t earned a dollar in prizemoney since. Campbell could have returned to the scene of his greatest career moment for one last tilt at Pinehurst this year — the final year of his 10-year exemption for the 2005 win — but his ailing body wouldn’t let him. The now 45-year-old also revealed his marriage to wife Julie had broken down and had impacted his decision to stay away. “I have had some problems with a tendon in my left ankle that stopped me from playing for two to three months. The good news is that I am back swinging and now managing to play 18 holes,” Campbell said in a recent statement. “On a personal note, I have some sad news. Unfortunately Julie and I have separated.” “(I don’t) feel that I am either physically or mentally ready to play tournament golf at the highest level.” Is it bad luck to win at Pinehurst? Perhaps. But there are the better part of 100 men who’ll gladly take that chance. OTG the preview CAMPBELL NEVER MADE THE CUT AT ANOTHER PGA TOUR EVENT AFTER 2008 AND HASN’T EARNED A DOLLAR IN PRIZEMONEY SINCE. TELL US YOUR THOUGHTS