Because amateurs compete typically in events that use handicap adjustments to equalize the field whereas pros tend to play in events that are scratch so handicap is irrelevant. Plus they also tend to score at or below par so adjusting backwards to par doesn't make sense.
Externally I subscribe to that thought and do not show anger when I play poorly but internally it's a different story. I realize that at a 20 index I'm going to have some blow up holes and they shouldn't be a surprise when they happen but it doesn't ease the sting when they happen at bad times.
Agree - lots of talent out there but nobody has caught my attention as a future super-star. Lots of potential, though. The guy about whom I am most curious at the moment? Jon Rahm.
I'd like to see Sadlowski do some big things . .I don't know if it will happen . .I guess odds are against it . .but he's got the length (obviously).