slip back


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The 26-year-old, who is due to become a father later in the year, picked up three shots before the turn plus a solitary bogey before going to -7 with two play but unfortunately he dribbled shots on both 17 and 18 to slip back out of the top 20 to tied 41st.
A spirited revival brought them their first win and a gritty run of just one defeat in five back in October and lifted them out of the basement but a run of four defeats in five has seen them slip back into the mire.
After sinking birdie puts of 17 feet, 12 feet and 28 feet on holes 9, 10 and 11 to go 5-under for the tournament - two shots from the leaders - Duval bogeyed 14, 17 and 18 to slip back to 2-under and a tie for 27th, eight shots behind leader Rory Sabbatini.
Invariably they do well against "bigger" teams, but then we slip back and have to start over again.
And as we said our last goodbyes She slipped back into the crowds Then I saw through misty eyes The sun slip back into the clouds I met my old friend in town today And though my feelings churned Yet I knew as I walked away A page from my past had turned.
Edfors was sharing the third-round lead but was forced back to the 18th tee and ended up with a double-bogey to slip back to joint seventh - two strokes behind leaders Darren Fichardt and Paul Broadhurst, who are on 13 under par.
Crude oil is continuing to slip back today, with the front-month contract breaching the $58-per-barrel level for the first time in 16 months.
John will slip back into work mode in April, narrating ITV1's new doco series Children's Hospital on life for the patients at The Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.
They have gone seven games without victory in a costly winter wobble that has seen them slip back into mid-table.
doesn't think the nation will slip back into recession over the next several years.
Harrington was one of several players to bogey the difficult par-four 18th, three-putting for a 67 to slip back into second with Thailand's Prayad Marksaeng.
LONDON shares continued to slip back yesterday, pulled down by tech stocks which were hit by falls on the US markets.