A barber's chair sits in the locker room of the TPC Sawgrass — a confessional of sorts during the early days of The Players Championship, when wind-battered pros trudged in and were compelled to regale their peers with their worst hole of the day.
If this season keeps on its current track, the standard PGA Tour interview room is going to come equipped with a psychiatrist's couch.
Two weeks ago, it was Kyle Stanley holding back tears after watching a three-shot lead go glub-glub in the waters alongside Torrey Pines' 18th green. Sunday, Spencer Levin bared his psyche after blowing a six-shot cushion in Phoenix.
"It had to be my mind," Levin mused. "You get...