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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 217
B EFORE he became a major winner, Henrik Stenson was an angry, angry man. Actually, he’s probably still an angry man, we just haven’t seen the beast unleashed while he’s winning. There was no such restraint at the 2013 BMW Championship, where the struggling Swede decided he didn’t need his driver for the rest of his round, thumping it into the ground and snapping off the head. HENRIK STENSON H APPY Gilmore copped it when his club went further than the ball, and it was almost a similar scenario for Phil Mickelson at last year’s Texas Open. Mickelson’s 8-iron gave up the ghost in a bunker in the opening round, with the head breaking from the shaft and cannoning into the face of the bunker before flying out onto the grass. PHIL MICKELSON E VERYONE’S faced this decision at some point in their golfing life: the club or the glory? Ernie Els elected to attempt option two at the 2015 Valspar Championship, where he tried to wrap his ball around the corner at the 18th hole, but ended up wrapping his club around a tree. Of course, it's an easier decision when you don't have to pay for your clubs... ERNIE ELS I F YOU’RE going to break your club in anger, do it properly. Rory McIlroy wasn’t a happy chappy when he found the water during the final round of the 2013 US Open at Merion. But rather bizarrely, he stuck his iron into the ground and leant on it with his full weight, causing it to buckle and bend near the club head. Another club destroyed. RORY MCILROY WATCH IT HERE WATCH IT HERE WATCH IT HERE WATCH IT HERE
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