Read Joe Posnanski's curiously long post on Hal Sutton, Tiger Woods, The Wild Life, THE WILD LIFE and one of the charms of sports.
This is not about The Wild Life, but it's my favorite part of the post:
Hal Sutton was 42 years old when he beat Tiger Woods by a shot to win the Players’ Championship in 2000. That was Woods’ magical year, when he won three of the four Major Championships, won the World Golf Championships by 11 strokes, won a total of nine times on tour and, by most accounts, played golf better than it had ever been played before. Sutton beat him straight up. He needed to hit a good shot on the 72nd hole to win, and he pulled his 6-iron, and he shouted “Be the right club today,” with the ball in the air. It was the right club.
I love imagining him shout, "Be the right club today!"