28 Apr '12, 5am

Wherein Moe Norman, a month before his death, tells me he was playing well enough to win the Big Break.

In Canada, they like to keep people down. It's true. They can't stand seeing someone become successful, especially if they once were ahead of you. It eats at them, galls them more than they can stand. Canadians go out of their minds with jealousy and will do everything they can to drag you down. Your mind is the generator, your body is the motor. The club is the trigger and the ball is a bullet. Take aim and fire! With a titanium driver I'm hitting it farther now than when I was 35, and that's the truth. It doesn't satisfy me, it bothers me. Do I want to hit the ball farther when I'm 100 than I do now? No, it wouldn't be right. All anyone cares about is hitting it farther—even with the irons. Hitting the ball pure and accurate is more rewarding than hitting it far. Don't forget that, ever. I've had my fill of competition and dislike traveling. But my game is holding up nic...

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