Tournament Players Club
Dear Family and Friends--
“Who has the best golf game?” I asked.
“We’ll have to see about that,” I said.
“Sudden death.” I say. “Oh yeah,”
I gave them a wave and walked off the green. I had to do grown-up stuff. On the putting green, fantasy still rules. It’s the best thing about being young.
You can be a U.S. Open champion, someday.
Inside, suits and ties, microphones and cameras fixated on lottery-style checks and heartfelt words from a few very important people. A CEO, Commissioner and Ambassador--three dreams come true, I’m sure.
But they have to wear suits. And rarely get big trophies.