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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 274
COVER STORY middle of the year where I’ll play quite a bit, but other times where I’ll have a couple of months where I’m not playing at all. That for me is trying to see what life’s like not travelling and playing professional golf with the year-long commitment that it is. “I feel like if I play a limited schedule I get both worlds, I get the chance to compete which I’ll never tire of that but obviously the grind and the hard work that goes in, after 23 years of doing it you do tend to tire of that. I want to see what life looks like on the other side of the ropes.’’ Webb, who last played at Kooyonga in the Australian Amateur in 1992, said she has been practicing but hasn’t played 18 holes for months. “It’s been a while since I actually had to write down 18 scores and sign a card at the end of the day, but my practice has gone pretty well,” she said. “I feel pretty good about things so we’ll see what happens once the gun goes off.” If Webb was to triumph this it would be a fairytale come true in the twilight of an incredible career that has yielded seven major championships and a place in the World Golf Hall of Fame.E IT’S BEEN A WHILE SINCE I ACTUALLY HAD TO WRITE DOWN 18 SCORES AND SIGN ACARDATTHEENDOFTHEDAY,BUTMY PRACTICE HAS GONE PRETTY WELL. – KARRIE WEBB
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