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One-and-Done: DEAN & DELUCA Invitational

By PGA Tour News on Wed, May 25 2016 1:54 PM

Given my chosen profession, I don’t usually consider it good for business to turn away most solicitation for advice and engagement, but there are a couple of somewhat common examples where I decline participation. For one, if you ask me in January who I like to win the Masters, I’ll abstain. It’s no different than if you asked who I liked at next week’s Memorial Tournament. Unless I’m organizing notes for a special feature down the road, my focus is solely on the tournament in the batter’s box. The reasoning is simple. Too much can happen between now and then to influence opinion.  That same patient approach is why I also elect not to assist one-and-doners who are required to complete an entire season’s worth of picks before the first tournament on their schedule begins. This format not only ignores logic, but it also brings into the equation the most sacrilege of my advice: not to play. Unless you invest entirely in defending champions and try to find horses in the events in which...



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