Originally Posted by Schism
That's about as wrong as a take can be.
He's top ten all time for wins on the PGA Tour, and only 18 players have bettered his 4 major wins.
It's fair to say that at times in his career he's failed in the clutch, sadly he doesn't always produce his best golf at the end of tournaments. But he always plays to win, no doubt about it in my mind.
It's a subtle thing. It's akin to when we refer to as "It"
Elway has it, Manning may not.
Tiger has it, Phil may not .
It's when the game is on the line and the pressure the greatest the guys with "It" reach inward for another level of presence and find the zone.