Kettering, Ohio – No one could have predicted Allen Doyle.
The hockey player kid who perfected his "half-swing" golf follow-through during the offseason under a 7-foot basement ceiling, the same place he toiled hitting slapshots against the wall and listened to his mother complain?
The established lifelong amateur who made a living operating a family-run driving range in La Grange, Ga.? The guy who turned professional at age 47 to see if he was good enough, if he could handle the rigors of playing at an elevated level?
The guy who said, "No one thought I had a chance?"