Tag Ridings: A Lesson To Learn From
Very quickly, let us break it down. Tag Ridings played the 18th at Atunyote (Turning Stone Championship) perfectly for two shots. He had a pitching wedge left and pulled it slightly. Left with about 35 feet for birdie, he calmly three-whacked for bogey. Guess what? Even the pros do it! Unfortunately for Tag, he had no more holes on which to make amends and goes into the Sunday final round in a tie with Chuck Howell Cubed. Lesson learned is let it go. Even the best make mistakes and so shall we.
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