Maybe it was one particular catastrophic incident that sent Jim Furyk down this path he's on now, or perhaps it was a series of events that rendered him incapable of closing out an event on the PGA Tour, but whatever the case, his inability to play well enough to win on Sunday has reached epidemic levels. Unfortunately for Furyk, his most recent failure will only add more fuel to the fire.
It's all a bit unfair if you look at Furyk's results on the whole. After all, he's having a pretty solid season: he's fifth in the Fed Ex Cup standings, eighth in the WGR and he's finished in the top-10 in seven of his 15 starts. Nearly every golfer on the PGA Tour would take those numbers right now and yet, it's not quite enough for us as we dissect Furyk's shortcomings.
Taken on a case-by-case basis, there have probably been several instances like this past Sunday where the player trailing Furyk simply went bonkers down the stretch to steal the victory, but when you look at You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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