Golf isn’t for everybody. It’s not easy to learn, and it’s impossible to master. It’s expensive. It’s time consuming. It’s intimidating. It’s humbling. Its rules often defy common sense and some of its traditions are downright primitive. For the last 20 years, golf’s powers-that-be have tried to “grow the game” with all sorts of “initiatives” and pie-in-the-sky, if not delusional, promotions—with zero success.
- David Seanor, Former Golfweek editor and Yahoo! contributor on the current issues facing the game
It’s tough to be a dark horse and play in the Masters, so maybe a better title for this is the Non-Tiger-Rory-Phil Division
The reigning FedEx Cup champ already has a win this season and fits the mold of that guy in his late twenties/early thirties with a few solid wins under his belt and ready to breakout on the major stage