Now he is a three-time winner, a major champion and has a 6-2 record in the Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup. Dufner recalls beating Singh out of some money just one time during that 2004 season. He shot a 63 at the old 84 Lumber Classic.
"I did not win this year but I made all the cuts in all the major tournaments so that's a positive sign for me," Choi said. "I finished higher on the U.S. PGA Tour rankings compared to last year so that's another success for me." Swede Rikard Karlberg believes Choi's reign will end this week with the Asian Tour field catching up on the world number 119's home advantage. "KJ has shown us how strong and solid his game is.
Dublin, Pleasanton, and southern San Ramon generate up to 10 million gallons of wastewater every day that must be handled efficiently and safely to protect public health. Increasingly, wastewater treatment is a resource recovery operation that generates recycled water to irrigate green spaces and biofuel that can generate heat and electricity. The tour highlights these processes as well as career opportunities in the water industry.