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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 128
Miami hit-’n-run Desert desserts Duff’s gaffe on the green Luke Donald’s monkey business in South Africa Eight is enough for Rory Child’s play Chip, chip, chippin’ away Gator games Cink’s bright noggin’ 9 3 8 2 7 1 6 5 4 MIAMIis known for its high crime rates, but we’re guessing Luke Donald didn’t count on a fan pocketing his pill at the WGC–Cadillac Championship. Even more comical is the female fan’s nonchalant return of the Englishman’s ball. ONE fan at the WGC–Accenture Match Play felt the brunt of getting too close to Rory McIlroy in the Arizona desert, falling back into some ‘jumping cholla’ cactus. Rory’s post-swing flinch tells the story. Ouch! TECHNICALLY this happened in the final throes of 2013, but it’s too funny to omit. PGA champion Jason Dufner’s putter slid into the ball after his practice stroke during the Franklin Templeton Shootout. His caddie stayed put but Cool Hand Luke wasn’t so keen on standing his ground as this baboon asked to play through during the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City. RORY McIlroy four-putted the same green in consecutive rounds at the PGA Tour’s BMW Championship at Cherry Hills. And neither time was the fourth putt a ‘gimme’. STRAIGHT from the ‘we’ve all felt like this at times’ department comes this raw but hilarious reaction from a toddler lipping out a short putt. NORMALLY it’s the ominous water at TPC Sawgrass’ famous island 17th hole that brings Tour pros undone but hackers the world over rejoiced at watching Richard H. Lee struggle to negotiate the grass. JAMES Driscoll’s caddie wasn’t prepared to do it but John Peterson felt chasing away an alligator was more important than self-preservation at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. STEWART Cink unmissable tan line caused a stir at the Sony Open in Hawaii. We ask: Is this literally a brain fade? brain fades 2014 Phil gets some corporate hospitality. Twice. 10 GOLF’S best lefty veered left two rounds in a row at The Barclays event and – in typical Phil fashion – elected to play from the corporate marquee area rather than take free relief.
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