Raymond Floyd Upset at Hall of Fame for Inducting 'Guys Who Don't Belong'

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Raymond Floyd Upset at Hall of Fame for Inducting 'Guys Who Don't Belong'
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Raymond Floyd, a four-time major winner and World Golf Hall of Fame member since 1989, believes that the Hall of Fame is inducting players undeserving of the honor. “The bar has been lowered,” Floyd said in the March issue of Golf Magazine. “Guys get voted into the Hall of Fame who don’t belong, who lack the numbers. I’m very upset at the Hall of Fame for that. It’s not fair to the people who went in early.”

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