“I’m not a good golfer, but I love it,” Tagovailoa said after the first practice of Dolphins training camp on Wednesday. “It’s fun, but it gets frustrating.”
The best part of his game? “Maybe the first four holes,” he quipped, suggesting he may not be posting the strongest back-nine scores.
Now, his focus, as he heads into his second NFL season after his first full offseason, won’t be so much on any four holes on the golf course but, rather, setting himself up to string four successful quarters together on Sundays.
That process began on Wednesday, and Tagovailoa, somewhat like his rookie season, provided a mixed bag.