Drysdale


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Drysdale

Sir George Russell. 1912--81, Australian painter, esp of landscapes
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The injury is a huge blow for Drysdale who needs to make up places to finish in the top-110 to retain his Tour card.
There was a two-shot swing when Drysdale, who is still chasing his maiden tour title, found the greenside bunker to bogey while Kjeldsen birdied by running in a second successive 20ft putt.
Following a month-long hearing at Slough, the jury returned verdicts of suicide on Drysdale, from Reading, Berks, and unlawful killing on the other six victims.
I played really well last year and then in practice here on Tuesday and I managed to continue that today,' Drysdale said.
Jimmy Silver, whoknewMr Drysdale for ten years, said he was 'happy as Larry' when they were out drinking together at The Junction pub in Reading the night before last Saturday's crash at Ufton Nervet.
In a statement, Drysdale family solicitor Michael Akehurst said: ``The family have already given whatever assistance they can offer to help the official inquiries and are willing to provide any further help.
The bottom line is it would create jobs, new wealth and keep wealth in Northern Ontario that we currently send to southern Ontario and other places," says Drysdale.
Even Drysdale, who believed he was destined to be a club pro, is at a loss to explain the transformation in his fortunes.
Professor Drysdale, managing director of the Asia Pacific Economics Group, has urged caution, saying the Japanese economy is "on life support" and still requires "deep institutional change".
Drysdale, Franchise Attorney, to update and file a new Uniform Franchise Offering Circular (UFOC) and franchise agreements.
SCOTLAND'S Dav id Drysdale blew the chance to grab the lead going into today's final round of the Avantha Masters in India after two bogeys in a row left him one shot off the lead.