Lichtensteiger, who usually scores in the high-90s, recited Montgomery’s on-course shenanigans. Intentionally casting his shadow over the cup when another person is putting. Standing two feet from the hole in Virginia Tech-logoed golf shoes and tucked-in polo shirt and wriggling his body when the opponent needs to sink a short putt.
Back in the locker room, Lichtensteiger, standing 6-foot-2 and 292 pounds, demonstrated the wriggle.
“There’s no golf etiquette with that guy,” he said.
But there is Montgomery’s day job at center, no branch-heaving required.
Rich Campbell contributed.