This is what you call perspective.

Golfer Jim Furyk hasn’t won on tour since September 2010 — and he blew a three-stroke lead in the final round to lose last month’s Canadian Open — but you won’t see him complaining.

“I get to do what I love to do for a living,” Furyk told AP. “I play a game. I get to make a pretty darn good living doing it. So for me to feel bad for myself, I would venture that close to 100 percent of the world is not going to feel too bad for me. And I don’t think they should.”

Footnote: Furyk, during his so-called dry spell, has earned prize money totaling $13 million.

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NFL headlines

• At “Woman shopping on eBay realizes she just accidentally purchased Buffalo Bills.”

• At “Johnny Manziel forced to wear Cleveland Browns jersey in cruel rookie hazing incident.”

Down and out

Safety Reshad Jones became the second Dolphins defender in five weeks to draw a four-game suspension for performance-enhancing drugs.

Which probably explains why the practice-field goal posts kept getting knocked down.

Drastic measures

“The NFL announced they are placing tracking chips in players’ shoulder pads to measure how far and fast they run in a game,” noted comedy writer Alex Kaseberg. “This from the league that still measures first downs with three guys, two sticks and a chain.”

Talking the talk

• Reggie Hayes of the Fort Wayne (Ind.) News-Sentinel, after NASA agreed to provide the space station with an SEC Network feed for astronaut Barry Wilmore: “I’m guessing he’ll have a pretty long wait for the cable guy if he loses his signal, however.”

• Scott Ostler of the San Francisco Chronicle, no fan of ESPN televising Little League baseball: “Can tee-ball be next? ‘Billy, leading off for the Unicorns, is potty-trained, which gives him extra speed on the basepaths.’ ”

• Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun, with even worse news after Tiger Woods missed the cut at the PGA Championship: “One, he wound up tied with John Daly. Two, five club pros finished ahead of him.”

• Brad Dickson of the Omaha (Neb.) World-Herald, on rumblings the NBA might raise its minimum age for players: “The commissioner got the idea after two 2014 draftees took the stage in their Cub Scout uniforms.”

61 candles

Pro-rasslin’ icon Hulk Hogan turned 61 on Monday.

Unless, of course, he’s faking that, too.

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