It doesn’t seem to just be his putting, his entire game has been out of whack this year. If you watch him closely, you’ll sometimes notice he’s not himself – he’s quiet and antsy. At this point, I wouldn’t work on his stroke, I’d work on his confidence and getting that nervous energy out before he settles down to make his putts.
Has to be a. Nobody is ever going to compete with his performance on hole 17. I mean, come on. A marriage proposal!
Seems to me he made a genuine apology: “I made comments that were out of touch and insensitive, making a bad situation worse,” said Kuchar. “They made it seem like I was marginalising David Ortiz and his financial situation, which was not my intention. I read them again and cringed.” And then paid him another $45K & promised to call him and apologize directly. Nobody can rewind mistakes, but genuine apologies and amends go a long way.
Dustin Johnson, 100%. He went into the 18th with a solid lead and just needed to sink the putt for his first Master’s win, but the pressure got to him and he lost it. Poor Spieth though, not only did he quadruple bogey in the 2016 Master’s, but he quadruple bogeyed again the next year. That is rough…
Two amazing come from behind victories! I consulted with one of my assistants and if we’re talking strictly about just these two putts, she has to believe it’s Justin Leonard’s putt. Sure, Justin Rose sunk a putt from 35 yards, but that was a downhill shot. Leonard, however, had gravity at his disadvantage and had to use so much force that if that ball missed, it would have sailed past the hole and landed feet away, all but guaranteeing a loss for
My minion who has hit off of pine straw says it’s no contest. Also, Mickelson ended up on the green.