Somehow lost in the shuffle over Sergio Garcia's 13 at the 15th hole yesterday is an obvious question: Why did Garcia continue hitting the same wedge shot? After the first one spun back, why not take your medicine and play a shot that lands five yards longer? Sure, you don't want to be putting from beyond the hole at 15, but landing a ball in the position he did with as much spin as he continued to impart on the ball was only going to lead to a watery death.
Your Editor, Ben Alberstadt
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