Sunday, April 10, 2011

What the Masters Teaches about Football

Reputation doesn't matter.  Past accomplishments don't win the day.  Championships belong to the athlete who performs in the clutch.

Charles Schwartzl makes four straight birdies at the end to win the Masters.  It's a little like this.

Great competitors thrive in pressure situations.  Give the young man from South Africa credit.  He outperformed a field of stars to become one.

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