Or the historic Masters year in ‘97? To my mind it’s nowhere close. And certainly not as impressive as the modern medicine that allowed for him to get back to swinging in the first place.
I just don’t see Phil as a lock. Now is an excellent time for him to become an assistant captain and a captain-in-training. I don’t see Furyk having any trouble telling Phil that. He’s had a great run. He’ll be an interesting and original captain. It’s the cruelest and greatest aspect of golf that Phil still needs to play his way on to the team at this late date.
“How well is this working in my short game? How does it feel off the putter? How about my 7-iron?” Those are the questions you need to ask. Once you get the ball that works with your scoring clubs you can easily adjust your driver and other long clubs accordingly.