While Masters week was enjoyable for all, it was extra special for me because I finally had a week to recharge my batteries.
Without exaggeration, I was so tired after 11 straight weeks on the road that I literally thought to myself: If I’m somehow able to score Masters tickets, I might just try to sell them because I just want to sleep for a week.
It sounds blasphemous, I know, but that’s really how I felt.
But now that my batteries are recharged, I couldn’t wait for the Verizon Heritage.
I had caddied for my father in a pro-am here 4-5 years ago when he played with Mark Calcavecchia, and I couldn't wait to see the course again.
During the event, everywhere I turned I heard patrons say: “Happy Heritage!”
I think you’d be hard pressed to find another group of patrons—outside of the professional drinkers at the Phoenix Open—who are that enthused about a PGA Tour event coming through their town.
I mean sure the Masters is great, but do you hear patrons there say: “Awesome Augusta!”
Well, yeah, I suppose you do at times.
Anyway, here are some of the highlights: 1.
Crazy Da Vinci Code roads and variant hand signals from security officers 2.
An in-depth look at Harbour Town Golf Links 3.
Extended conversations with Candice Clark and arranging an interview with Tim 4.
Meeting Tom Weber, who was a part of the course renovations in 2000 5.
Running into Fluff and speaking with Jim Furyk after his win
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