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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 129
FP ADVERT MILITARY DUTIES LOOM FOR BAE IT IS one explanation why South Korea’s female golfers have generally prospered in far greater numbers than its men, and the nation’s top-ranked male golfer is facing the prospect of time away from the game to serve in the Korean military. Sang-Moon Bae, who won the season-opening US PGA Tour event three months ago for his second Tour win, is battling to find a method of delaying his mandatory two-year service to his country’s armed forces. Both K.J. Choi (rifleman) and Y.E. Yang (marine gunner) completed their time in the army before becoming the two best male golfers Korea has produced to date. MORE > _______________________________ SCOTT CHOOSES A BAGMAN WORLD No.3 Adam Scott has selected Mike Kerr as his full-time caddie after an ‘interview process’ across the primary Australian tournaments. Kerr caddied for Scott during the Australian Open and PGA and was offered the job shortly afterwards. The Zimbabwe- born caddie has spent time looping on the European and American circuits, working for players the calibre of Ernie Els, Lee Westwood, Miguel Angel Jimenez and Thorbjorn Olesen. MORE > _______________________________ MRS NICKLAUS EARNS USGA AWARD BARBARA Nicklaus proves the old adage that behind every great man is a great woman. The wife of the most decorated major champion in golf will receive the United States Golf Association’s highest honour at the US Open in June when the USGA bestows her the Bob Jones Award for displaying the spirit, character and respect for golf shown by the game’s leading amateur, Bobby Jones. She and Jack become the first husband-and-wife duo to receive the award separately. Regarded as the ‘First Lady of Golf’, Barbara drew attention to several children’s charities while raising five kids of her own, along with 22 grandchildren. She remains the chairperson of the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation. AROUND TRAPS the LEARN MORE HERE Sports scientists reveal "new" swing mechanics that enable any golfer to swing with more power while reducing the amount of stress and strain on the body. Watch the video below for more. ? Future Is This The Golf Swing of the Korea's Sang-Moon Bae seeks to delay his compulsory Korean military service to keep playing on the PGA Tour.
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