Henninger admits that lingering emotions from Augusta and the flood of recognition have made it difficult to concentrate. In Greensboro he shot 76-73 to miss another cut, and with some relief, he packed up his family to return to his azalea-studded garden for a week of reflection. "I think the best thing is for me to go home now," he said last week. He recalled the night in Augusta when he returned to his rented house with a share of the lead and was greeted by Cathy and 15 friends and family, all babbling excitedly. Henninger quieted them, suggesting they do something he has been trying to do himself ever since. "Listen, everybody," he said. "We've got to get this thing in perspective."