“Should” means diddly-squat in this game, but putting “should” be the easy part. There’s no pushing off required. No coiling, no side-bending, no need to move “ballistically,” as Tiger Woods put it Friday.
Join PGA Professional Matthew Brooks in a course management/ strategy masterclass on the 14th hole at Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, a water guarded par-3 that enjoys subtle hints of an ‘Amen Corner’ gem.
Patrick Reed celebrates with the trophy during the green jacket ceremony after winning the 2018 Masters. (Patrick Smith/Getty Images) By Dave Shedloski Patrick Reed is dreading this year’s Masters Tournament. It’s ...