Let’s take a page from Sergio García’s playbook.
He won the Sanderson Farms Championship Sunday while putting with his eyes closed, something he said he’s been doing since his career-defining victory in the Masters more than three years ago.
If that’s true and nobody noticed before last week, perhaps that’s because other players now attract the attention García once did.
But back to the eye-closing thing.
Close your eyes and think about Sergio García for a moment.
What do you see?
One of the best players of the last two decades?
A Hall of Famer?
A guy who has sometimes been his own worst enemy?
A 40-year-old with one more extended run of success in him?
Time will tell.
It was 21 Augusts ago when García chased his shot up a hill at Medinah as he was trying to beat Tiger Woods for the 1999 PGA Championship, charming us with his boyish enthusiasm and dazzling us with a swing that has always been as reliable as peanut butter and jell…
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