If your gonna tell me that Phil M. Got into a sand trap and said to himself, hmmm I'll bet I can hit this, over my head and backwards onto the green,, and execute it the way he did, without ever practicing it for hours, then you've lost all credibility in what you say. (Imo)
I didn't know I had any credibility to begin with! I'm already feeling better about the situation.
The pros are never gonna show you all the tools in their bag, until they need them. I can go on and on with examples, like Bubbas shot that turned right almost 90 degrees , etc but not worth it. They do practice trouble shots for hours on end. That's why they are winners. They know that they cannot hit every fairway, green, and putt, in every round without getting into trouble somewhere.
You missed the point I was making, and I don't feel like going over it again or further. By the way, here's what Bubba said about that shot to win the Masters:
How often he practices the shot that he hit on hole number 10 to win the tournament:
"When I'm practicing and when I'm goofing around and at home, I love those shots. I don't practice them. I just play golf and I love to play golf so when I'm at home and those shots come up I just love the challenge of trying to execute them. As a kid growing up in Pensacola, Florida just outside the Tanglewood Golf and Country Club, it has some big trees, some old pine trees where we had to hit shots like that, it's probably the tightest golf course that I have played so I'm used to those shots and I'm used to hitting it in the rough. I don't hit the fairway that much."