Truth Rumors: Tommy Gainey Credits Jim Furyk for Winning Advice
Memo to Jim Furyk: Helping out a guy who's down may come back to bite you. Or, in this case, beat you.
That's what happened Sunday afternoon, when Tommy "Two-Gloves" Gainey won The McGladrey Classic at Sea Island, Ga., to claim his first tour title. Gainey blistered the Seaside Course en route to a final-round 60, beating David Toms by one, and the 54-hole leader, Jim Furyk, by two.
But, according to Gainey, it wouldn't have happened without a little advice he received last year from Furyk, the man he beat. Here's the story from the grateful champ, which he told after a heads-up question from Stephanie Wei at WeiUnderPar.com:
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