Re: 2013 Golf Season Thread
That may have been premature, but this could be the quintessential "career year" for Sneds. He's has a solid career, but not until late last year did he start to show signs of getting over the hump. He's 32 years old and been out on TOUR for a while, so who knows what all of a sudden clicked. Time will tell if this is sustainable for him or if he's just in one of those stretches.
Henley is 23 and I'd be surprised if he doesn't have a similar stretch in his career long before 32. I still think over the long run, Henley will be better, but that could change if Sneds keeps this up over the next few years.
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