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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 128
shots of the year 2014 THEY are the shots we all marveled at. The shots that made us realise those playing them are far more talented than we could ever be outside the confines of our dreams. They are the shots that have us sitting back and mouthing, “wow!” in amazement. It was a tough ask to whittle down the list to just 10 but we’re sure the shots that made the cut will have you watching over and over again. From long putts to precision fairway woods and amazing escapes, these are our Best Shots of 2014: Meyers’ Pebble albatross 10 IN THE final round of the Champion Tour’s 2014 Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach, 17-year-old Christopher Meyers of The First Tee of Tucson holes his second shot on the par-5 18th hole for an albatross to win the Pro Junior competition. Mo’s mighty Open finish 7 MO MARTIN had never won an LPGA event before, let alone a major championship. Then she hit this shot — a fairway wood from 240-yards on the final hole at Royal Birkdale in the Women's British Open. “Wow!” doesn't even begin to cover it. 9SOUTH African Charl Schwartzel was a bit wayward from the tee on the 16th hole during the third round of the Volvo Golf Champions event at Durban Country Club. A drop from the road would have left him without a shot, instead he crafted an absolute gem en route to a 4-under 68. Kuch holes out at Heritage 6 COMING off a three-putt bogey on the 71st hole, Matt Kuchar needed a birdie at the final hole to grab the lead in the clubhouse. He dunked his second shot in the front bunker and then made the recovery shot to take the lead and ultimately the tournament. 8 THE American broke her winning drought in spectacular fashion in Singapore with a 75 footer at the second playoff hole to claim the HSBC Women's Champions. It just goes to prove, fortune really does favour the brave. Creamer’s long bomb eagle Bubba golf, long version 5 BUBBA Watson reached the 13th tee at Augusta National of this year’s Masters in the lead by two but a birdie, or eagle, would suck the wind out of the sails of his pursuers. He then unleashed a 374-yard bomb over the dogleg to leave a short approach for his second into the par-5. Schwartzel has one for the road
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