As a businessman, Norman makes a half decent golfer. It would have been interesting to see what he would have made for himself if he was an Obstetrician however.
But this is not the point of this discussion.
I guess we are all familiar with Norman's past heroics: playing a shot from under 2m of water, knocking it to within 2 feet of the cup from 150m away, but missing the putt and subsequently losing the tournament etc.
After choking so seriously many times in the past, when he was expected to win it all, he is now playing in career best form when he isn't expected to win jack.
He readily admits to playing more tennis than golf these days, and having his love life sorted. This poses an interesting question: in that was his failures on the course indicative of him not being able to "get over the final hurdle" elsewhere?
And now with his tennis interests, plenty of practice with going into the box, has his pressure been eased and has it helped him get over this serious problem?
It now remains to be seen whether he can perform once it has become meaningless to him.