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Golf Australia Express : Issue 38
SAY WHAT? LETTER OF THE WEEK YOU MUST UNDERSTAND that a great many golf fans are prehistoric and lack any form of humour, as this was frowned upon back in dark days when they reined the fairways. The unfortunate thing about this demographic is that now they have more time on their hands to complain about anything that seems fitting at the time. And as I understand it, this is also one of the more favored pastimes of the decrepit. I cannot say that I concur with Adam Scott being a “pretty boy” [OTG Express, May 21] as the Dickey Knee hair just doesn’t do it for me. But I find no offence in the comment. As with all things golf related folks just need to chill out a little. This great game is now for the young and the young at heart and the occasional laugh is welcomed. Keep up the good work I say. THE LETTER OF THE WEEK WINNER RECEIVES A DOZEN DIXON GOLF EARTH BALLS VALUED AT $49.95 — Adrian S, via email TELL US YOUR THOUGHTS GOOD ONE OTG. Couldn't agree more with your sentiments. Your levity is certainly welcomed and appreciated every time I open the OTG link. (The golf industry needs to stop taking itself so seriously.) You have a great little product on your hands and I wish you and your team the greatest of success. — Ross F, via email BET THAT MUST have been a bloke complaining [OTG May 24]. Why apologise? If I didn't have my own pretty boy of golf, Scotty could be my foursomes partner any time. — Madonna C, via email TIGER WOODS STATES that players (like Kevin Na) should be penalised for slow play [OTG May,17] . Is this total hypocrite for real? This from a guy who on the putting green walks around the hole, looks at each putt from four different angles, casually walks around the hole back to his ball again, gets down, shows complete disrespect towards opponents by spitting a few feet away from the cup for good measure, then finally decides to get over the ball...before having a couple of practice strokes. C'mon Tiger, hit the ball! Maybe he should look at himself before commenting about others. At least with Kevin Na it’s psychological; with Tiger it’s just normal routine. — Chris L, via email