You could make a lot of money telling golfers to eliminate mistakes. It's not something that I've ever considered doing, but it's very possibly a way of lowering your scores.
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one snap hook dose not put out of contention, in my prime days playing then handicap 6 (now 65 age) final round West Aust. country championship 1995, hooked out bounds 17th lost lead by stroke, tee up 18th 198m par 3 4 iron holed it to win. Now retired in sth Asia, you always learning, especial in the game of golf, my quote *Elimate the mistakes* goes for all types of players pro to beginners.
Mahan's en fuego... too bad that putter doesn't show up more often.
As to Tringale ... I've read several articles on it and his quotes. My conclusion is that he did not think he whiffed, but since the question came up and he was asked, he wanted to remove any doubt.
I'll take the guy at his word. It's not as if he has a rep.
Of course, I'm always open to more evidence...