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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 217
A S IF the life expectancy of golf clubs wasn’t already a little dicey, now clumsy caddies have them in the crosshairs, too. Chesson Hadley had nothing to do with his putter being crushed and bent at the 2014 Wells Fargo Championship – instead it was his caddie who did the damage, after tripping over and falling onto the bag. To Hadley’s credit, he continued using the club, making birdie at the next hole. CHESSON HADLEY’S CADDIE “B UT it was worth the risk,” commentator Ian Baker- Finch said after Tiger Woods thumped a ball from off pine straw and behind a tree during the 2007 Masters. Given he broke the club, still had most of the back nine to play and could have done even more damage to himself, we’d debate whether it was worth the risk. But it was certainly one hell of a shot. TIGER WOODS WATCH IT HERE WATCH IT HERE
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