POULTER SAYS ALL IS NOT LOST AFTER LOSING TOUR STATUS

The 41-year-old Englishman was in the 10th and final event of a major medical exemption due to foot arthritis that sidelined him most of last season, needing a top-35 effort to win the $30,624 he needed to sustain playing rights.

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