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Quite simply, he is the ultimate second-shot surgeon on the ultimate (outside of Augusta National, of course) second-shot golf course.Rose’s resume is littered with statements at ballstriking ballparks, from Congressional (2014 Quicken Loans National) and Cog Hill (2011 BMW Championship) to Merion (U. Open) he plays his best golf on layouts that reward calculated control from the fairway.If he tones down the octane in one, is he toning it down in the other?Rahm got to the heart of that question with Golf Channel.com’s Ryan Lavner at Erin Hills last year.

The most earnest lose it once in a while, but Rahm is making a habit of it far more than any of the top players in the game today.

That would be a shame, because he has a certain charisma outside the ropes, an appealing ability to help tell the larger story of today’s youth movement.

Tommy “Thunder” Bolt won 15 PGA Tour titles, including the 1958 U. Open, but he regretted that his reputation for throwing clubs overshadowed his reputation as a shot-maker. And I'm sorry to say I've obliged them.” Let’s hope Rahm figures out a way to do less obliging.

While Rose hasn’t exactly been the forgotten man in all this, what with his victory at the Zurich Classic and a runner-up showing to Spieth at the Masters, in the uber-competitive world of professional golf a select few thrive on the concept of one-upmanship.

Not that Rose would ever admit to such narcissistic underpinnings. But beyond the easy smile and thoughtful answers dwells a competitor every bit as driven by the concept that “second sucks.” “Now I'm in a situation where I want to win every year,” said Rose, who carded his best round of the week (66) to move to 15-under 201 at Muirfield Village.

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