Pettersson is a real one-man show
If he chucked the long putter, Carl Pettersson could be a professional golfer from 1977, instead of someone who was born then. His swing relies more on rhythm and tempo than perfect positions espoused on somebody's instructional DVD, and his waistline reflects a man who enjoys taking the scenic route through a buffet line. While most of his 20-something peers on the PGA Tour have attendants for their mind, body and backswing, Pettersson prefers to go it alone. "He's a non-entourage guy," said ...
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