Why is it that the Champions Tour is the only collection of professional golfers that has yet to produce a sub-60 score? I’m watching Morris Hatalsky as he turns in -6, then birdies his tenth hole to go -7, and pondering this notion. Annika has her 59, Duval and Geiberger have theirs, a host of guys have 59s and one 58 on the Nationwide Tour, and (I believe) there was even a sub-60 on the Canadian Tour. My knowledge of the Euro and S.A. tours, along with the Asian, South African, and Aussie tours, is less precise, so a little help please.
Is it possible that the old guys don’t have what it takes to go truly low? I don’t know. I only know that I cannot go low at age 40, and wonder if they have the same affliction. In the meantime, let’s cheer Morris on … aw, crap, the kiss of death. He just parred a par five.
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