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By Conor Nagle under European PGA Tour

If history is to remember the conclusion of yesterday’s Vivendi Cup, it will probably be as the first real statement of intent from a promising young English golf pro by the name of John Parry. Only 23 years of age, he entered the final round with a slim lead over a handful of players. What complicated a pretty bog-standard tour free-for-all, though, was the fact that at the previous week’s Austrian Open, Parry had suddenly emerged from a year of mediocrity to seize the third-round lead, only to squander the opportunity with a final day of loose swings and tentative putts. Would history repeat itself?

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