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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 183
RELIVE HALF A DOZEN HIGHLIGHTS AND LOWLIGHTS FROM THE WGC-CADILLAC CHAMPIONSHIP'S HOST VENUE FROM OVER THE YEARS... DORAL MOMENTS 6 THE pressure of putting in a PGA Tour playoff is about as intense as it gets in professional sport. So Craig Parry thought he’d save himself the trouble. When the portly Aussie wound up in a playoff with Scott Verplank in 2004, he unsheathed his six-iron for his second shot at the 18th. Those watching knew he’d put it close, but few expected the ball to bounce just short of the hole and roll in for an eagle to hand him his second (and final) PGA Tour title. 1 WATCH PARRY'S EXCITING FINISH TO THE 2004 EVENT IN THIS VIDEO. WATCH MCILROY'S DUMMY SPIT AT LAST YEAR'S WGC EVENT AT DORAL IN THIS VIDEO. WHO could forget Rory McIlroy being at his petulant best during last year’s WGC-Cadillac Championship? Having hit his approach into the water at the par-5 8th hole, the Northern Irishman sent his 3-iron in after it. He later said it wasn’t “one of my proudest moments”, but declared “it felt good at the time”. Milking the publicity as only Donald Trump can, the course’s owner had a diver fish the club out and Trump presented it to McIlroy before he teed off in his third round. 2 3 SOMEONE didn’t want Greg Norman to win a third title at Doral in 1996. Darkness called curtains on his third round, forcing him to complete the last four holes in the wee hours of Sunday morning, before teeing off in his final round later that day. And teeing off presented its challenges, too, after his driver “went dead” during his warmup on the practice range, forcing him to use a relief driver. The Shark set all of that aside to capture the Doral-Ryder Open by two shots, ahead of Vijay Singh and Michael Bradley. PARRY HOLES OUT NORMAN’S TRIPLE TREAT RORY LOSES THE PLOT
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