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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 247
Call to book today (03) 5978 8470 Or book online at www.devilbendgolf.com.au Midweek 18 holes $30 Weekend 18 holes $39 Social clubs can book for $35 p.p. every Sunday M ICKELSON was often at pains to stress he wouldn’t be the golfer he was if he didn’t have Bones on the tools. While other (lesser) golfers seem to be constantly at war with their bagman, Mickelson treated Bones like his most prized piece of equipment – which he probably was. As Phil’s main man, Bones became a celebrity in his own right, and was revered like no other caddie in history, save perhaps for Steve Williams. He even featured in his own golfing advertisements, such was his popularity within the golfing fraternity. VIDEO: BONES HAMMING IT UP 1. BONES GOT THE CREDIT HE DESERVED W HEN Phil and Bones were around, it wasn’t just two guys trying to pick their way through a golf tournament. Their partnership, and the attributes that each of them brought to it, was as unique as anything on the Tour, and the little pieces that made up their day-to-day routines were the subject of endless attention. Who else but Bones would earn minutes of air time on the PGA Tour’s coverage as the commentators critiqued his bunker raking technique? VIDEO: BONES' RAKING TECHNIQUE CRITIQUED 2. THEY TRANSCENDED THE SPORT
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