Duval is now on the bubble to keep PGA Tour card

David Duval is now on the brink of keeping his PGA Tour card. After the Frys.com Open, Duval is ranked 125th on the season money list.

He'll have an opportunity when he plays this weekend at the Viking Classic to fight for his card.

Of course, Duval was the world's top-ranked player before Tiger Woods took the universe by storm. Since then, Duval has failed to attain virtually any semblance of his success in the last 1990s and early 2000s. However, he managed to put himself in contention at the 2009 U.S. Open before being defeated by Lucas Glover on Sunday.

If his performance at Bethpage Black tells the golf world anything, it is that Duval still has "it" somewhere. Nonetheless, he has made only one cut in the seven tournaments he played following the U.S. Open.

Former British Open champion Todd Hamilton (133), 2008 U.S. Open runner-up Rocco Mediate (141), and ex-Ryder Cup player Chris DiMarco (138) are currently outside of the bubble.

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