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Golf Australia Express : Issue 31
SAY WHAT? LETTER OF THE WEEK THERE’S SOMETHING refreshing about the uncomplicated way Bubba goes about playing his golf. And watching him swing the club with such natural flair reminds me of another modern-day major winner in Laura Davies, who apparently like him hasn’t taken a golf lesson either. So maybe there’s a lesson in that, particularly for my mates (if you’re tuned in) who keep chopping and changing their golf coaches and actions in search of finding the secret to better golf. Here’s a new strategy to try. Grip it and rip it. I’M SURE I’M not alone in admitting to feeling a little tired at work today (Tuesday) after dragging myself out of bed each morning to watch the Masters. But having witnessed such a dramatic event and its hair-raising conclusion with Bubba breaking down in tears, looking like death warmed up has been a small price to pay. Good on ya Bubba. —Andrew W, via email WHAT A PETULANT child Tiger Woods is kicking his club like a spoilt brat at the 16th on day two. He may have finished on the same score as Rory McIlroy, but the youngster sure showed him up when it comes to handling adversity on the golf course with grace. Tiger has no class at all. —Jane P, via email *Ed’s Note: Hard to disagree with you Jane. For those who haven't seen it, here's the footage of the incident below. THE LETTER OF THE WEEK WINNER RECEIVES A DOZEN DIXON GOLF EARTH BALLS VALUED AT $49.95 —Mick D, via email TELL US YOUR THOUGHTS
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