Indeed, even at 55, Love III still eyes PGA Tour’s ‘Ironman’ record
ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. – Davis Love III doesn’t have a great deal to demonstrate in his profession.
He’s an individual from the World Golf Hall of Fame, a lifetime PGA Tour part with 21 triumphs, a significant victor and a triumphant Ryder Cup skipper.
Be that as it may, at 55 years old regardless he has a few objectives he’d like to achieve.
Love clarified Wednesday at the RSM Classic, which he has facilitated since 2010, that on the off chance that he can remain sound, he has his sights set on the Tour’s definitive “Ironman” mark.
“I’ve had a couple of wounds or I would have just passed Mr. Imprint Brooks,” Love said.
Creeks holds the Tour record with 803 starts and Love is as of now fourth on the unequaled rundown with 769 begins. Regardless of being eased back lately by different wounds and late news that he will join the CBS Sports reporting group, Love said despite everything he needs to get Brooks.
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“He’s been stating that in the event that you go to pass me, I need to caddie in that competition. In this way, we’ve been to and fro on the Champions Tour a ton about that record,” Love said.
Love said despite everything he intends to contend on the PGA Tour yet will begin restricting his beginnings to courses where he believes he can contend.
“I might want to play [the RBC Heritage] a couple more occasions perhaps and some different spots,” said Love, who is a five-time champ in Hilton Head. “I love the PGA Tour, yet I know I’m not going to play it for eternity.”