Though "The Last of Us Part II" ended 2020 as the year's most highly acclaimed title, it arrived last summer in a flurry of controversy. In the aforementioned scene, the main character of the first game, Joel Miller, was brutally murdered by a new character and protagonist to the series, Abby Anderson. In a cabin besieged by a heavy snowstorm, Abby reached for a nearby set of golf clubs to deal the fatal blow that left many players horrified, saddened, and in some cases, incredibly angry.
You know, I just I wasn't motivated to go to tournaments. I didn't have that edge. I was just childish out on the course. And I was like, man, I want to turn pro and I can't finish 40th at a college event? How am I going to play on tour if I can't beat these other kids at these schools as freshmen, you know, whatever it is.