yes, I'm with you on that. Playing pro golf for a living is truly I think the best job.
Old Tom Morris - he was not just a great player, but an innovative groundskeeper, club maker and ball manufacturer. He invented many of the techniques for setting up and maintaining courses that are still used today.
Graham Mcdowell - seems like a regular guy who has a great game.
Phil - if he's faking it, he's doing a helluva job. Nicest semi-billionaire possible.
Jbe Kruger - that popped collar look is purely "look at me". Doesn't have the game to pull it off.
Seve - didn't need all that gamesmanship to win, but chose to do it anyway. The whole poor Spainard with a just 3 iron is over-hyped. Sam Snead learned with just a carved hickory branch.
Tommy Aaron - lost the Masters for Roberto DeVicenzo when he put down the wrong score, then went on later to win the Masters himself. Still shows up every year to play horribly and collect his appearance fee. Go away already!
Ha, ha! It's just the opposite for me. If I ever hear a guy spouting Lefty Libster stuff, he'll go straight to the bottom of my list.