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Golf Australia Express : Issue 32
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 WORTH THE WEIGHT Carl Pettersson THE GIFT: 4 Fat-Free Irons THE STAT: Sun Young Yoo ...because golf should be fun AFTERWATCHING THE enigmatic Swede Carl Pettersson equal Jesper Parnevik's PGA Tour win record on Sunday, it got us talking in the office about what makes an athlete an athlete. More correctly, what makes a golfer an athlete. Golf's had an image for yonks that it's a game played by chubby chippers. John Daly, Craig Parry, Craig Stadler and the like haven't done much to alter that persona over the years. Tiger Woods started the beefed-up golfer trend and few could argue he's an athlete in every sense. We've now got guys like Camilo Villegas and Dustin Johnson leading the charge for athletic physiques on Tour. But do today's golfers really need to look like footballers? As Pettersson said on Sunday: "We're not running marathons; we're just walking 18 holes. It's great to be fit and everything, but I feel like I'm fit enough to get around 18 holes." Gym fit is one thing. Golf fit is quite another. This is the least discriminating sport of all and anyone can play it. Pettersson's proof of that. DAMIAN SHUTIE email@example.com WHEN BRIAN GAY PLAYED A SHOT INTO THE 15TH AT HARBOUR TOWN HE CALLED FOR HIS BALL TO BITE. THIS SLEEPY FELLA THOUGHT HE WAS TALKING TO HIM... THE PEEK: Valero Texas Open