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Rosey snooze: Majors hard work for more than just players

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We know that major championships are the toughest tests in golf. Players plan, plot and schedule their entire seasons around the hopes of peaking four times each year.

But it's not just the players who go the extra mile, who put in the long, grueling hours on and off the course to be in tip-top shape come major week.

Lee Westwood snapped this photo of Golf Channel Insider Tim Rosaforte on Wednesday afternoon, catching up on a few z's during some downtime.



In Rosey's defense, the man who won the PGA Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism earlier this year was probably up at the crack of dawn preparing for the 7-9 a.m. "Morning Drive" call time. And by "preparing," I of course am referring to getting his hair and makeup done - that must have taken hours.

Thanks to Stu, we have at least some idea of what tigers dream of when they take a little tiger snooze. Wonder what Rosey dreams of when he takes a little Rosey snooze.