This is the week of the Masters golf tournament played on perhaps the most beautiful, and demanding inland golf course in the world. I have been watching the tournament regularly since around 1983, and look forward to doing so every year. The course is littered with the failed attempts at greatness by some of the best golfers in the world. Some have been tragic to watch. Sergio Garcia for instance after finally winning the Masters returns to card a 13 on a par 5 to end his hopes for a repeat! Jordon Spieth a young player who seemed to be on his way to greatness until his collapse at the twelfth hole at Augusta in April of 2016. He has never recovered from this even though he's won on other courses. The fear of collapse is always lurking. I watched in disbelief as Jack Nicklaus won in 1986 what would be his final Masters at the age of 46! Players of the day all around them furiously jamming their games into reverse dropping like flies when he mounted his charge! Great stuff for the old guys right there. Perhaps Jack's finest hour. The current crop of golfers who will vie for the championship are the best overall I've ever seen. Hitting unbelievable distance off the tee, making putts from unbelievable distance, and all have superb short games. This should be a great tournament!