I love the game of golf and everything it represents and play it as often as I can when I'm not spending time with my wife and children, however, the thing that irks me about the modern professional player is the lack of killer instinct, toughness, something, etc., whatever it is! Here, we have the number 1 player in the world Tiger Woods, on the shelf with an injury and you'd think someone would want to take over as the best player in the world! The top 4 in world rankings after the Masters are as follows: 1. Tiger Woods 8.87 2. Adam Scott 8.28 3. Henrik Stenson 8.12 4. Bubba Watson 7.30 Woods dropped from I believe 9.12 average points to currently 8.87 after the Masters. None of the 2-4, as far as I know, are in the field this week at the RBC in Hilton Head South Carolina. I'm not sure about Watson, but Scott or Stenson would have a chance to take over as the world's number 1, if they either won or finished with a high placing. At a minimum they would get closer to Woods. I believe Matt Kuchar, No.6, is the highest ranked player in The RBC. I hope Kuchar wins this weekend! It just doesn't seem that today's professional golfer has the drive, ambition or toughness to want to be the best in the world!