Even if you have a lot of money, that's a lot of money.
Being a past FedEx Cup champion affords you some nice luxuries, as Justin Rose can explain
Except, that's amateur opposite of what Rose says his approach is this week. He says he has nothing to lose—even after he shot a second-round 68 to build on an opening six-under 65, putting the Englishman in the mix entering the weekend.
How could you have nothing to lose when there's all that money on the line? I just want to put myself in a position come East Lake to where I have a chance.
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What he has the chance to do is become the first back-to-back FedEx Cup champion in the playoffs' existence. Perhaps the pressure could mount at East Lake when that possibility becomes more real, but Rose was smiling and joking after his round Friday.
FedEx Cup: Everything you need to know with all the changes for Even after a year in which he contended twice in the majors but didn't convert—shooting a final-round 79 at the Open Championship to slide to T, and shooting a closing 74 at the U.
Open to finish T-3 after live nudes women nearly flawless golf for three rounds —Rose thinks success in the FedEx Cup would be a nice bonus, but not necessary to make this a great year.
Perhaps he's right. His victory at the Farmers Insurance Open in January was great, and then he has gone on to make every cut except one the Masters. Probably not where he set his goals, but a good allure for most players.