Zach Johnson just won the 2015 Open. He’s not a very good player and yet he has two more majors now than Rickie Fowler, Patrick Reed, Dustin Johnson and Jason Day … combined.
His key? A myriad of teammates who stay in their respective lanes. His wife, his caddie, his swing coach, his sports psychologist, his trainers, his agent, his statistician, his spiritual mentor and his financial advisor.
“I know this seems like a lot — and maybe even too much,” Johnson readily admitted, “but each individual has their place. Each place is different in its role and capacity. In order for me to practice, work out and just play golf, I need these individuals along the way. There is a freedom that comes with having such a great group that allows me to just play.”