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Arnold Palmer Invitational Preview: Rose is About Bloom

Greg Vara

Greg Vara

Vara is the lead golf writer at RotoWire. He was named the 2013 FSWA Golf Writer of the Year. In addition to producing the weekly preview and the bulk of the draft kit content, Vara participates in Yahoo!'s "Experts Picks" where he routinely dominates. He also picks college football games against the spread in his "College Capper" article.

Horses for courses. We hear it all the time in golf, and although it's just a clich, perhaps there's more to it than that. Horses and golfers don't appear to have much in common, but after witnessing the final round of the Valspar Championship last Sunday, it got me thinking -- maybe golfers are like horses, some are bred to perform well when in the lead and others are at their best when stalking.

Nearly every week on the PGA Tour, the leader hits a rough patch and either recovers or doesn't. It happened to John Senden on Sunday, but only after he fell out of the lead and into a stalking position did he recover. Would Senden ...

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