The third best lesson I learned last year:
Bright Future – Kyle and I attended the Shell Houston Open in March. We followed a rookie who played at our favorite university. There were 12 people walking with us. The throngs were elsewhere, tracking Phil and Rory. The object of our attention – here on a sponsor exemption since he didn’t have a Tour card – sprayed the ball all over the place, scrambled to a 70 and would eventually finish T-50. A few months later, though, he made history by becoming the youngest winner on the PGA Tour since 1931. For the year, he earned nearly $4 million, finished 10th on the money list and made the Presidents Cup. Keep an eye on this talented 20-year-old in his burnt orange polo. Golf’s next superstar might be Jordan Spieth.