What is it about a lead in golf that makes even the best players in the world treat it like a hot potato? Is there another sport where the participants are afraid to be in the lead? A tennis player would surely rather be up two sets to one rather than the opposite, and all teams would prefer having the lead late in a game as opposed to trailing, so why is holding the lead in golf so troublesome?
Charley Hoffman was the 54-hole leader at the Canadian Open, a spot he was accustomed to on the PGA Tour as this was his second time this season and fourth time in his career that he ...
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