“The challenge to that was that a three-quarter 8 is not a shot I’ve worked on much” Broadie said. “But there’s no doubt it is the right play.”
In time he self-corrected whittling his scores into the 80s which still wasn’t good enough to make his high school team. In college at Cornell he played sporadically and then more frequently while earning a Ph.D. in applied mathematics at Stanford an institution blessed with a friendly year-round climate and a killer campus course.
Twenty-five tournaments a year plus a true offseason sounds like a way to prune back the Tour and leave something stronger and healthier. Sign me up! This is a great rule and ultimately an inconsequential penalty. Are they going to suspend Spieth for three Fall Series events? I think he’ll be okay.