Think back to 1999. Do you remember how good was David Duval was?
He became the last player to reach No. 1 in the world before Tiger Woods' stranglehold on the position that ended last September. He won four of his first eight starts of the season, including the Bob Hope Classic with a legendary final-round 59.
Two years later Duval won his first -- and only -- major title at the British Open. It was also his last of 13 PGA Tour victories. Only 33, Duval should, seemingly, have plenty of golf ahead of him. But after four rounds during which he missed the cut by 41 strokes at this year's Hope, we have to wonder, Will Duval ever win another PGA Tour event?
Golf World's Ron Sirak and ESPN.com's Bob Harig debate the issue.