Jacksonville native David Duval recalled his childhood days at the Timuquana Country Club with fondness.  He will play at the course this week in the Constellation Furyk & Friends.

David Duval has fond memories of where he grew up

David Duval played a lot of golf at the Timuquana Country Club — so much that he couldn’t begin to hazard a guess.

“Every day,” he said on Thursday after playing in the pro-am of the Constellation Furyk & Friends PGA Tour Champions event that Duval is playing for the first time this week. “Some days it was 36 [holes]some days it was 45, some days it was nine, some days it was 54. I don’t know how you’d keep track of that.”

Duval was the son of Timuquana head pro Bob Duval and learned to play the game under his father’s tutelage until he was 15, when Bob Duval accepted the same job at the Plantation at Ponte Vedra.

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