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But Perry insists that’s not the case, which Roger Chapman said might be the best piece of advice he can offer.
Chapman won two Champions Tour majors last season. He’s had only one top-10 finish since and this season missed the cut in two of the five majors.
“All of a sudden things aren’t going your way and you’re feeling frustrated that you’re not doing what you did the year before,” Chapman said. “You have to sort of take a reality check. Two majors in one year is certainly special. You’ve raised your own personal bar a lot higher.”
Perry has vowed to remain on an even keel.
“I don’t do well with that kind of pressure,” he said. “I’m just out here a day at a time hoping my knees hang in there. I know how good I can play. It’s hard to get to a level where you know you’re going to shoot a 63 or 64. It’s just cool to know I can continue to play.”
|Baltimore - LP: K. Gausman||4||FINAL|
|Detroit - WP: J. Nathan||6|
|Colorado||0||Top 5th Inning|
|Oakland||0||Bottom 1st Inning|
|Indiana||101||4th Qtr 2:33|
|Montreal||1||3rd Prd 11:52|
|Colorado||0||1st Prd 11:22|
|Evansville||69||2nd Half 7:02|
|West Virginia||10||1st Half 7:36|
|Northern Colorado||13||1st Half 11:13|
|St Marys-CA||17||1st Half 12:25|