This doesn't happen in baseball or football or hockey - players usually don't hit their stride after 10 years as a professional - but it happens in golf. Jimmy Walker trudged along as a PGA Tour professional for a decade before finally breaking through and capturing his first victory late last year, and wouldn't you know it, the floodgates have opened as he captured his second victory this season with a win at the Sony Open last week. Anyone who watched Walker play last season had to wonder why he hadn't won on the PGA Tour, but such is life. A golfer can go lights-out for an entire year, but if he gets a couple bad breaks along the way, then a victory might remain out of his grasp. That's not to say that Walker had been lights-out his ...
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