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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 195
WORDS BY ADRIAN BALLANTYNE F OR many, comparisons between Sergio Garcia and compatriot Seve Ballesteros are, for lack of a better word, farfetched. Despite Garcia this week matching the late Ballesteros’ nine PGA Tour victories with his win at the AT&T Byron Nelson, many consider the Spanish pair’s accomplishments to be worlds apart. One was a five-time major champion, while the other is a man destined to be labelled an underachiever - despite possessing prodigious talent and a long and extremely successful career - because of his inability to secure one of golf’s big four. But golf is an entertainment business, and on that score, there have been few better than Garcia and Ballesteros. Both have worn their heart on their sleeve, both possess a flair that few players could ever hope to rival, and both have been eminently watchable for almost every shot of their professional journey. There are many sides to both men, and here are just a handful of the moments that have made Spain’s two brightest golfing talents fan-favourites the world over. thefeature THE MANY SIDES OF SPANISH PASSION &
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