Geoff Ogilvy likes to say that tournament golf pays for the golf he really loves, played on natural, classic courses that are often much shorter than the PGA Tour's 7,500-yard monsters. It lets Ogilvy play by feel rather than by mechanics on the ground, not just in the air, and without a stroke-score obsession – sometimes without even a full complement of clubs.
Stop worrying about breaking 100.
"In the U.S., everyone's focused on their score and handicap index. My truest enjoyment of golf is hitting great shots, and that's much easier to do without worrying about whether you'll break 100. Golf doesn't get better than match play with your buddies and a few bucks on the line, where a 2 beats a 3 and a 7 still beats an 8."