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Craig Parry was a co-medalist at Monday's 36-hole sectional qualifier in Osaka, Japan.
The Aussie will be joined by Artemio Murakami at Torrey Pines in two weeks after the pair shot identical 138s at the only foreign-land sectional qualifer. This will mark Parry's 14th U.S. Open. All three of his career MC have come in his last four starts. Wed, May 28, 2008 08:38:00 AM

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Craig Parry birdied his second and third holes in the opening round of the WGC-CA Championship.

Parry had knee surgery in January and was originally scheduled to return this summer. He said earlier in the week that this might be the only PGA Tour event he plays in America all year. He now plays full-time in Japan and occasionally in his native Australia.
Thu, Mar 20, 2008 12:41:00 PM

Craig Parry is listed in the published field at next week's WGC-CA Championship.

So much for his original estimate that shelved him until the British Open. The WGC-CA would be Parry's first competition since winning the Australian Open in December. He won at Doral in 2004 with the hole-out from 176 yards (and finished T-6 in 2005) so he's no stranger to the confines. Still, tread wisely here.
Fri, Mar 14, 2008 06:48:00 PM

Craig Parry was announced as one of the members of Team Isleworth for the Tavistock Cup, played on March 24-25.

The annual competition pits the touring pro members of Isleworth G&CC against Lake Nona G&CC. The bigger news is that Parry wasn't supposed to return to action until the British Open after he had leg surgery in January. He qualified for next week's WGC-CA Championship so it remains to be seen if he enters that event as well. Still, even when healthy, Parry is no longer a fixture on the PGA Tour and should only be used in dire straits in weekly formats.
Tue, Mar 11, 2008 11:54:00 AM

Australasian Order of Merit and Australian Open winner Craig Parry has had leg surgery and is out at least 12 weeks.

There is no mention as to the exact nature of his leg injury, but he hopes to be ready for the British Open.
Mon, Jan 28, 2008 11:58:00 PM

Craig Parry beat Scott Verplank on the first playoff hole to win the Ford Championship at Doral.

Parry holed a 6-iron shot from 176 yards on the course's toughest hole for eagle to capture the win. In his first event of the 2004 season, the 38-year old ranked among the top 10 in the field in driving accuracy (73.2%), greens in regulation (73.6%), sand saves (80%) and birdies (20). He will not play in next week's Honda Classic.
Mon, Mar 8, 2004 03:40:00 PM