Spurred by competition, Watson saddles up for a new season
Morning Read – By Ted Bishop – February 17, 2017
“At 67, Tom Watson is content with the occasional victory lap in golf. Despite playing only a limited schedule in recent years, he still shows flashes of the form that led to eight major championships in a World Golf Hall of Fame career. In the Shaw Charity Classic in September, he shot 65 to better his age for a fourth time in tournament play.
Yet what makes Watson one of golf’s greatest champions is his thirst for competition. These days, that means a search for new conquests.
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