Kenny Perry never took pity on himself for losing a two-shot lead with two holes to play in the Masters. Everyone else did that for him.
Among the first to call when Perry returned home to Kentucky were Greg Norman and Phil Mickelson, who know from experience what it's like to lose a major. He also got a call from Scott Hoch, one of his best friends on tour, who 20 years ago missed a 3-foot putt that would have won the Masters.
Among the letters was one from former President George W. Bush. rad more