ARDMORE, Pa. – Trying to predict next month's Open Championship winner? Here's a potential clue: Look back to 1980 or '81.
The age of 32 has long been considered the beginning of a professional golfer's prime years. While that timing can certainly shift from player to player, it's been the magic number so far this year.
Who could be next? The highest-ranked non-major-winning 32-year-old is none other than Brandt Snedeker, who led the Open through 36 holes last year.