Seven years ago, I was 22, fresh into the beginning of graduate school (for a degree I do not use). My golf game was pretty good. My drinking game was better.
A world away in New Zealand, Lydia Ko was fine-tuning a championship golf swing - at the age of seven.
It's no wonder Ko became the youngest winner in six-plus-decade history of the LPGA Tour on Sunday at the CN Canadian Women's Open at just a smidge over 15/