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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 310
COVER STORY WORDS BY JIMMY EMANUEL & MICHAEL JONES PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES BEING ADEPT AT OTHER SPORTS IS NOTHING NEW, AND THE WORLD’S BEST GOLFERS ARE NO EXCEPTION. WHETHER IT’S DUSTIN JOHNSON ON THE BASKETBALL COURT OR AARON BADDELEY ON THE MCG, HERE ARE THE SPORTS THAT SOME NOTABLE NAMES MIGHT TRY THEIR HAND AT IF THEY DIDN’T PLAY GOLF. PHIL MICKELSON The five-time major champion is mad about baseball – and in 2003 he actually tried out to be a pitcher for the Detroit Tigers in the minor leagues. “If I can get my velocity up, we may revisit this,” Mickelson said. “Golf is my number one priority and always will be. But throwing a baseball is an important part of my workout program, so if I can get my speed to 85mph or above consistently, I wouldn’t rule out trying this again.”
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