Golf at its heart is a game for masochists and control freaks, especially at the highest level. Because golf is a solo game, with no defender to stop you, no opponent across the net, no coaches scheming against you, the ONLY measuring stick is how you feel your game is progressing. "Winning" matters but its just superficial, since that is just a comparison to others that you really have no ability to control.Winning everything under the sun wasn't good enough?
Good luck.Masters second round:
Horschel -220 vs VJ- huge juice here but bottom line is Billy #41 in the world vs a senior who shot 80 opening round... I think there's value in this line.
Landry +140 vs Conners- huge Cinderella story here but sooner or later the glass slipper will fall off. Landry played well opening round as did Conners. Playing the dog here at this price
Half unit on both plays for me. Risking 160 to win 120... Good probability of breaking even but wanting some 2nd round action along with the tourney plays...