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Kenny Perry's Strategy

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  • Kenny Perry's Strategy

    I once made a post/thread asking whether you thought PGA members care about winning or whether or not they just try to position themselves to make x-amount of dollars. Well, I have noticed something. Kenny Perry is a good player, don't get me wrong here. But, I have noticed that even though golfers can pick and choose when and where to play but I have noticed that Kenny Perry makes sure to play in events where a lesser amount of top-tier players are present. The best evidence of this is him skipping the British Open last year but, I have watched this pattern for a while.
    Now, I'm not saying this is a bad thing, just something I noticed.

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