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Golf Australia Express : August 2013 - PGA Championship
A week after filing his lawsuit, he missed the 54-hole cut at the Byron Nelson Championship after bombing with a six-over 76 in the third round. He failed to make a single birdie the entire round. The cut also proved a bridge too far at the two tournaments preceding the Byron Nelson, and he again bombed out before Saturday at the Crowne Plaza Invitational. Last month he missed the weekend at The Open after handing in a pair of 77s at Muirfield. I N AN AGE when image is everything, the most telling critique of Singh’s actions will likely come from the public. A multi-millionaire golfer who enjoys an exalted existence, a life of untold luxury, seeking damages— despite doing the wrong thing by his own admission—from a sport that is trying to clean up its act? To most, it beggars belief. The senselessness of the lawsuit even prompted Daly to offer some sage advice to his PGA Tour colleague: “VJ don’t do this horrible advice you got off take it from me not worth it #friendlyadvice,” the American tweeted. Sure, advice from JD comes sans punctuation, but you get the drift. Daly’s wild ways were always treated with varying degrees of amusement and were usually ultimately forgiven, simply because fans liked him. Singh, it seems, doesn’t have that luxury. OTG TELL US YOUR THOUGHTS TELL US YOUR THOUGHTS Age: 50 Country: Fiji Ranking: 159 Residence: Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, USA PGA Tour Wins: 34 Major Wins: 3 PGA Championship (1998, 2004); The Masters (2000) World Golf Hall of Fame Inductee: 2006 PGA Tour Earnings: $67,541,518 SNAPSHOT
July 2013 - THE OPEN