You're kind of missing the point. Hogan had his best years for majors AFTER the crash and recovery. He didn't win more majors because he didn't get good enough to dominate majors until he was too old to pile up that kind of total number.
He didn't win his first major until he was 34, and that late start had nothing to with the crash. As it was, he beat the odds by winning 3 majors in his 40s - tied with Jack for the most other than Old Tom Morris (who had 4). To think that there was any real likelihood that he would have won even more majors after 40 and was only prevented from doing so by the injuries - that didn't stop him from winning 6 of 9 majors - defies logic and precedent, IMO.
Coming back from his injuries to do what he did was amazing. But what he accomplished stands on its own and really doesn't need any 'what if' puffery, just as Tiger's career speaks for itself and needs no 'what if' puffery to account for his lost 10 years.
And yet your company did nothing to protect its employee from the abuse. Do you not have a zero tolerance policy for such things? It just goes to show though, slow golfers are pricks in more than one way.......
SuperSpeed Golf training day 2:
Got one of my blue swings to 117 and a red one 112. Hit 126 with the green on maxout period.
This is fun. I'm not even sure if there's any mechanical benefit in my real swing because I'm doing slightly different things in an effort to swing as fast as I can, but now I just want to see if I can hit 140 with the green stick by the time spring rolls around.