When your national rank is greater than the money you’ve made, you stink.
Last roll of the dice.
2016 Rank: 16,068
*(if they counted my team from QLN it would be an additional $265,433 to my total)
NOTE: Groups are listed arbitrarily by OWGR by the Golf Channel for those of you new to the game.
Last Week’s Explanation:
Check out my picks at the BMW here
When your national ranking is greater than your total cash earned = the definition of awful.
Some of my best picks this year have come from group No. 4 and this week was no different.
There’s NOTHING better than watching Rory McIlroy destroy a course one week and then completely make nothing the following week. I’d mention that he was the course’s defending champion that shot 20-under to win it in 2012 but that and $.59 will get you a large coffee at any central Indiana Bigfoot location. Rubbish.
It never hurts to get it completely wrong so I’ll add that as well as in Group 2 I suggested I was struggling between Scott and Fowler. You don’t have to be Poirot to figure out who I ended up selecting. I went on in the paragraph to defend why Scott was the better, safer pick. I went boom/bust. I busted out. Again.
I’m not moaning with T-13 from Reed in his first rodeo at Crooked Stick in Group 2 and I struck out completely in Group 3.
I suggested Ryan Palmer in Group 4 if Jason Kokrak didn’t float your boat. Kokrak finished a noble T-17 but it was Palmer’s T-5 that was the best. Even when I “win” I still lose. If I could light the internet on fire, I would start with my results from this game in 2016.
This Week: The TOUR Championship
Check out my preview by clicking HERE
Group 1: Of the four fellas in this group, I’m going with the best putter who doesn’t have a back problem. Those other two hockey players can get LAWST this week.
Group 2: By far the most difficult group to handicap so I went with the bloke who’s playing the most consistently. And I’m mad at Reed for last week. REMEMBER, DON’T GAME ANGRY UNLESS IT’S NECESSARY. When par is a good score, I turn to Scott as his ball-striking is worth it. The Boom-Bust business starts and ends with Walker.
Group 3: Riding the blind wave of RYDER CUP MANIA here because it’s BORING AF to take Kuchar or Matsuyama and watch them get T-14.
Group 4: It came down to Berger, Woodland or Moore and I went with the course record co-holder. Everyone knows you should take Berger here but I’ve proven for 44 weeks that I’m not smart enough.
Good luck chops! Fade or Follow!
Don’t be afraid to reach out on Twitter (@MikeGlasscott) or email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any angles, questions or general buffoonery you might have.