So Ming Wang Ha is the talk of the Masters. The 14 year old kid who is about to make the cut at Augusta. That means a 14 year old kid is outperforming most of the best golfers in the world. This obvioiusly brings back the age old debate of whether golfers are actually athletes or not. For me this seals the deal. Anything that a 14 year old can do better than 99.9% of the rest of the population means it doesn’t take any real athletic ability. It’s more like a hobby. Kind of like Cornhole or Darts. Again my definition of being a real athlete is does your skills transfer to everything you do. Would I draft you first for my team without knowing what sport we’re even playing. I’m talking CF’s, point guards, WR’s etc. Anybody who says they’d ever draft a golfer for anything is lying. Except maybe for chess club. I’m sure Ming Hung Wah would dominate at that, but that’s it.