What golfers hope to find under their trees
PGA Tour stars have it all, right? Well, these guys could use a few gifts heading into 2013
|Let's get some new hats for 2013, fellas (USPressWire)|
PGA Tour stars have it all (and if they don't have it, they can sure afford it). But some of these things money can't buy.
A third-round lead at a major -- Woods hasn't led a major going into Sunday in 175 weeks. Get him to Sunday morning and I think he can still close, but he's been having trouble getting there lately.
A string of bad luck -- just so the rest of us can start feeling better about ourselves.
A new celebration -- because this one is not helping the golf youth movement in America.
A time machine -- it's not like Furyk has had a bad career (16 wins and a U.S. Open), but he probably wishes the Mayans would have ended things in 2011 instead of 2012 after his botched back nine at Olympic, double on the 72nd at Firestone and that gut-wrenching final round at the Ryder Cup.
A curved bill -- for the love of Joba Chamberlain, leave the flat-bill hats at home. You can afford new lids.
A major -- I know, I'm not supposed to root. But I'd love for Westwood to get himself one before his career is over. A British Open preferably.
A mute button on his gallery -- I'm not sure how many more rounds of "Warrrr Eagllleee!!" I can take.
You knew this was coming, didn't you?
Bring them all the putters you can find.
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