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That shot was scary by Jordan, especially overhead drone which showed he was less than a foot from death. Who knows how your balance gets shifted after hitting a shot, or maybe there is a rock in the ground for his divot and throws him off. Fun to watch, but scary at the same time. IIRC that was the hole where Jordan was bitching at his caddie for a misclub a couple years back. To Grellar's credit he didn't give his boss a shove.
Maybe allow our 8 figure heroes to take chances. Saturday ainít a NBA third quarter.Note: The shot doesnít make strategic sense for people who swing like us.
I think that it has been proven that the great multiple major winners win most tournaments on Saturday. Tiger and Nicklaus to name a couple.I'm sure that you have hit that shot on 8 from a perfect lie. Add a penalty stroke and double enters the equation.
He made a par that gave him the momentum to put himself in position for a win. A bogey there and he isnít ever in the mix. A drop would have been a mental retreat.
Donít let woke culture ruin one of the great shots in golf. You canít be expected to carry a fence on that shot. The easiest solution is to eliminate the penalty for water hazards. Someone, and Iím sure have in the past, will drown. Or worse yet, fall in a sand trap and have a small kernel of sand go down your shorts. Enough friction and sweat and your ding dong might fall off.
Saturday ainít a NBA third quarter.
There was literally nothing for him to gain by taking that stroke