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“You look into the eyes of Matt Kuchar or Tiger Woods, and it’s cold in there,” says Mike Shan­non, a putting in­struc­tor at Sea Is­land in Ge­or­gia, who works with sev­eral PGA Tour play­ers.“It’s not that they’re wor­ried about you, or that they don’t like you. It’s just not about you.” Butch Harmon agrees: “The tough­est guy in your club cham­pi­onship is the guy who doesn’t care what you think of him. All the great play­ers in his­tory could be pricks at times. They don’t care about you.” says Nick Bradley, who has taught many tour pros.“Am­a­teurs tend to get caught up in who they play against.” play­ing the call to Dad af­ter the round. Say it’s an eight­foot putt.To (the badasses), it’s a maths prob­lem. Eight feet, down­hill, mov­ing three inches left.They’re com­puter-like.”

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