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Henry is openly relaxed at CVS

Pressure, scores are lower in R.I.

By Nancy Marrapese-Burrell
Globe Staff / June 19, 2007

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J.J. Henry could've opted to take a breather following the grueling US Open at Oakmont, where he finished 16 over par -- 11 shots behind winner Angel Cabrera. But Henry decided the best way to get ready to defend his title at the Travelers Championship (formerly the Greater Hartford Open) in his home state of Connecticut was ... (Full article: 562 words)

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