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Golf Australia Express : Issue 32
PLAYER THE GONE ARE THE DAYS OF the fat—sorry, unfit—golfer. These days you need to be at the peek of physical fitness to make it on Tour. Five sessions in the gym a week, a strict diet and a qualified nutritionist on call are all crucial to PGA Tour success. Or so we’re led to believe. Flying in the face of modern day thinking waddles Carl Pettersson. The PGA Tour’s most recent winner must have been on one leg when he weighed in at 195 pounds, or 88kg, as listed on his PGA Tour profile. In reality, the likeable Swede-cum-American citizen’s downward pressure is more likely around the 240-pound, A FTER WINNING HIS FIFTH PGA TOUR TITLE ON SUNDAY AT THE RBC HERITAGE, CARL PETTERSSON SHOWED THE WORLD YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE ABLE TO BENCH 200 POUNDS TO POUND IT TO THE WINNER'S CIRCLE. ...worth the WEIGHT "Just because you don't look like an athlete doesn't mean you're not an athlete."