Millions of people play the lovely sport of golf. Excluding those who are not capable of getting a ball airborne, we've all had those perfect moments. We envision a shot and execute it right on point.
Naturally, the mind wanders and starts imagining if every shot were played that well: "Hey, I could beat anyone on tour if I can do that every time!"
In a way, that's not an outrageous thought.
If you could play the shot you envisioned every time, you would make a nice living on the PGA Tour. However, since no one except Ben Hogan has even come close to being able to truly control the golf swing, it's not gonna happen.
There is still hope for us mortals.
What follows is a strategy to beat 10 notable professional golfers. We will not be shooting the lower number, but there is more than one way to victory. Given the right circumstances, it should be relatively easy to get them to quit before the 18th green.
Any score you post beats a withdrawn player.
Golf is not a contact sport, so blatant actions in attempt to injure are not acceptable. This is largely psychological warfare. Your score is irrelevant; all focus must be on your opponent and preventing him or her from completing the match.