Published 6:58 am Monday, August 20, 2007

Boo Weekley does not do a lot of looking back. He does look head although not too far into the future.
Weekley's main focus is the present, which for him is this weekend's Third Annual Boo Weekley Invitational that concludes today at the Country Club of Brewton.
Most of Weekley's time this year has been spent on the PGA Tour. Weekley's most recent stop was last weekend's PGA Championship held at Tulsa, Ok. Weekley's ninth place finish was his highest so far in a PGA major tournament. His seven-under-par 65 in that tournament's third round was the lowest score of the day.
Earlier in the season Weekley, a Country Club of Brewton member, posted a 35th place finish at the British Open and a 26th place effort at the U.S. Open.
Weekley has yet to play in golf's other major, the Masters, but he earned a ticket for next year's tournament when he won the Verizon Heritage held at Hilton Head Island, S.C. That win marked Weekley's first victory on the PGA tour.
A missed three-foot putt on the 72nd and final hole of that tournament cost Weekley his first win at the time.
This year is Weekley's second stint on the PGA Tour. He played the circuit in 2002 before going on the Nationwide Tour from 2003-06.
Weekley does not mind being in an activity that is often regarded to as Tigers Woods against the field.
Weekley says while life on the PGA tour is great, it also has a few thorns.

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