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Golf Australia Express : Issue 33
SAY WHAT? LETTER OF THE WEEK AFTER GOING ON A golf weekend end-of-season cricket trip with 15 other guys to Yarrawonga recently, I have to say that even when you are playing poorly— which I was—one of the best things is to share in the pleasure of your playing partners achievements (which I had to). Watching a mate drain a putt puts a smile on everyone's face. Gotta love team sports. By the way, don't worry batsmen, we'll get you back next year. GET A LIFE all you stiff necked, pompous do-gooders that criticised Tiger for his frustrations at the Masters.Can you look at yourself in the mirror and say that person has never blown his lid on the course? I didn't think so. —David P, via email BEING FIT, FLEXIBLE AND having core strength and stability is the key to a good day on the course. I have a personal trainer twice a week, but the difference came when I added a zeno link program to my daily regime. Just that extra bit added to my rotation made all the difference and added metres to my game— playing at the National Golf Course I need all the distance I can get. —Suzanne L, via email I FOUND LAST week's (Un)Fit Issue a rather clever take on an ordinarily mundane topic. So well done. But I can't help but feel you were also a little flippant about a serious health problem—obesity. To glorify Mr Pettersson and his issues with weight sent the wrong message to all the budding golfers out there that it's OK to be fat, drink 10 beers a night and eat a cake before getting some shut-eye. Thanks for trying to bring some fun into a sensitive topic, but please use more discretion next time. —Lana V, via email THE LETTER OF THE WEEK WINNER RECEIVES A DOZEN DIXON GOLF EARTH BALLS VALUED AT $49.95 —Stu N, via email TELL US YOUR THOUGHTS