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The Tour Report

July 29 2010

3:23 PM

Wilson battling flu symptons

Dean Wilson obviously isn’t letting last week’s final-round 72, which cost him the RBC Canadian Open, keep him down, despite apparently battling a flu bug this week.

“Finally just barely got my voice back today. I've had other issues to worry about,” said Wilson, who shot a 66 in the opening round of The Greenbrier Classic. “I took a lot of positives from last week. I played well and put myself in contention. I know I didn't get the job done, but Carl [Pettersson] played great."

Wilson knows he’s going to need more of those 66s, though, to keep pace.

“It's a little soft out there, so I think guys are going to be shooting at pins and making a lot of birdies,” Wilson said. “There’s a lot of the people that are hitting wedges, so I'm sure the scores are going to be low.” -- Brian Wacker

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