Why no magic spell can last forever
We are more baffled by the disappearance of genius than by its actual existence, writes Declan Lynch
THERE'S a golf analyst on Sky Sports called Mark Roe, a former touring professional who sometimes receives the caption: "appeared in 14 Major championships".
The next thing you might see on screen is Tiger Woods, who has won 14 Major championships.
Which is not to denigrate Roe-y in any way, but to demonstrate the astonishing difference between those who possess the magic that we call genius, and those who are just good at what they do.