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Golf Australia Express : Issue 31
In this week’s OTG ED’S WELCOME ODD SPOT PHOTOGRAPHY BY is produced and published by OTG Media Pty. Ltd © 2012 All Rights Reserved EDITORIAL - email@example.com ADVERTISING - firstname.lastname@example.org CONTACT US THE MASTERS CHAMP Left of Centre THE GIFT: 4 Hot Wedges THE STAT: Golden Bell ...because golf should be fun SO THE HIGHLIGHT from the Masters for me—other than the nail-biting, toe-tapping, head-scratching, eye-rubbing finish—came from my soon-to-be 2-year old son. First he made me roar after he stopped running about the house to inform me of the "lady" on the tele. I looked up to see Miguel Angel Jimenez addressing his ball and I simply lost it. (The simple things always get me). But more than Hchy's short yet effective stand-up routine in front of his bleary-eyed old man, it was his newfound love of golf that made me smile the most. Watching him cheer every ball in the air, jump up and down with every putt that dropped, and clap like a Mad Hatter when the crowd did the same warmed my heart. I knew the time had come. Scooting to the closet to pull out the $5.99 worth of plastic golf clubs he received for my first Father's Day (yes, you read correctly), we opened up his first set and played golf together for the first time. The seed has been planted. Now all I need to do is let it grow. Magnificent. See you on the green. DAMIAN SHUTIE email@example.com HE MIGHT NOT HAVE HAD THE GREATEST SHOWING AT AUGUSTA NATIONAL, BUT GERMANY'S MARTIN KAYMER PRODUCED THE SECOND LOUDEST CHEER OF THE WEEK... THE PEEK: RBC Heritage
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