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May 23, 2013 12:59 AM

Anderson's breakthrough win on Web.com Tour could be just the start

Mike Harmon knew the day was coming. The longtime director of golf at Secession Golf Club once played on golf's biggest stage, competed with some of its top names and still plays at a high level. The best comparison he can muster for his club's young tour professional, Mark Anderson, is Fred Couples, who was recently inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame for winning a major and otherwise just being cool. Unflappable on the golf course.

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