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Topic - Gus
Justin Blackmon pinned his problems on his decisions.
Other than being mind-bendingly implausible and trite, there's not that much wrong with "Trouble With the Curve," the story of an aging baseball scout who takes to the road with his adult daughter to check out a promising high school player.
From the lofty heights of his throne atop the world of golf, Rory McIlroy needs look no further than his own Belfast backyard for a salutary reminder of how, if he and those around him aren't careful, it could all go downhill from here.
Coach Gus (Bradley) says every day, `Today is the most important day,' and that's all I can do is come out here every day and try to improve and take care of everything else as it comes."