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There is no silence in this secluded corner of the Clemson campus. And no night, either. Stanley, soon-to-be Phoenix Open winner, is pounding tee shot after tee shot on a field-of-dreams practice range beneath a bank of lights once used for RV parking at Tigers football games.

During his three years at Clemson, Stanley turned midnight golf sessions into a ritual. It wasn’t unusual for Stanley, whose long legs and lean physique make him look taller than his actual six feet, to keep swinging past 1 a.m. His routine was to join teammates for an hour of afternoon practice or maybe a few holes of golf, then leave to finish schoolwork. He returned to hit balls in solitude, or with Clemson coach Larry Penley. “It was quiet there, freaky quiet sometimes,” Stanley says of the late-night sessions.

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