JOHN MCHENRY: What Zach Johnson lacks in physical talent, he makes up for mentally

Professional golfers are creatures of habit. They thrive on the consistency by and large served up each week on the Tours worldwide. The wide fairways, the receptive greens, and a course setup that suits the commercial interests of the game’s manufacturers — power and the latest technology.




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