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Massive effort gets storm-ravaged Honda back on course

The really fascinating drama Sunday at the Honda Classic didn't involve anyone wielding a club. Tournament leader Ian Poulter couldn't have had his day in the sun if not for the predawn efforts of Lukus Harvey and crew, who went to extraordinary efforts to get PGA National playable after Saturday's storm dumped 4 1/2 inches of rain on the course, toppled three trees and wreaked havoc seldom seen in the middle of a PGA Tour event. "When the water level gets that high the gators and snakes kind of roam free. We had to chase a gator out of 1/8No. 33/8 fairway bunker so we could pump it, and a couple 1/8water3/8 moccasins were in the way. So it makes for an interesting night," said Harvey, ...

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