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By David Keene
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Topic - Butch Harmon
The brightest lights that interest Jimmy Walker are found in another galaxy through his high-powered telescope.
His coach was all business before the round. His caddie was in tears afterward. Only Phil Mickelson seemed to know how many magical moments he was capable of unfurling in between.
The quotation from the proud father was a version of Ralph Waldo Emerson's famous words, "Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail."
Butch Harmon turns 69 this summer and he's ready to cut back on how much he works. In his last major effort, he has published what amounts to a lifetime as a swing coach.
Gary Woodland was irritated that he couldn't do better than a 70 on the North Course at Torrey Pines. It wasn't much better on the South Course, where a 72 allowed him to make the cut on the number, and a 74 in the third round wasn't enough for the 54-hole cut.
Gary Woodland left Hawaii for a two-week break but instead of heading to his home in Florida, he made a detour to Las Vegas to work with new swing coach Butch Harmon.
Dustin Johnson had only one thought after winning The Barclays, which he first told his caddie as they left the 18th green and later swing coach Butch Harmon on his way to the airport.
Before going into the final round of the AT&T National with a share of the lead, Nick Watney checked in with his swing coach, Butch Harmon. Neither of them had much to say.
One of the more compelling images from Torrey Pines apparently won't be forgotten anytime soon.
On the day after a nightmare-inducing end to the PGA Championship, Dustin Johnson was on his boat off the coast of South Carolina, about as far from a bunker as he could possibly be.
Adam Scott emerges from the scorer's hut at Oakmont with only a hint of annoyance on his classic Roman features. The 26-year-old Australian has just missed the cut at the 107th U.S. Open. But a casual bystander would never know it.
"Look how he's moved on from Pebble," Harmon said.
"He could have won two majors this year," said Butch Harmon, who began working with Johnson in May. "As I told him in my text, 'You proved to the golf world that you're one of the best players in the world, not just another good player.'"