|Practice makes perfect.|
Enough grousing. Let's check back in on golf where Luke Donald made a late push for player of the year by winning the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Classic this weekend with an impressive string of 6 birdies to start the back nine on Sunday. According to PGATOUR.com’s Helen Ross (who was apparently recruited from a greeting card company): “Between glasses of his vintage wine, Donald found time to put things in perspective as he tweeted: ‘Wow! What a day, it's nice to come up with the goods when I needed them most. That's why I play this game.’”
|"I dare them to say |
I'm not clutch now."
Really Luke? You came up with the goods when you needed them most? You lost the Masters by four strokes and the PGA Championship by five and you needed “the goods” most at an October tournament where over half the players who made the cut were outside the Top 100 on the money list and a guy in a Donald Duck costume handed you the trophy? That would be the equivalent of me losing the club championship by four strokes then winning the company golf outing scramble/mulligan fest two months later and telling my wife over an $8 bottle of wine "Wow! What a day, it's nice to come up with the goods when I needed them most" at which point she would correctly remind me that I'm a jackass.