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Golf Australia Express : August 2013 - PGA Championship
H E was the boy who would be king. Forget baby George. A year ago, the heir to the throne—as the biggest name in world sport, at least—was one Rory McIlroy. There he was, the youngest player to top $10 million in earnings on the PGA Tour. A US Open champion at just 22. At 23, a PGA Championship victor. Two more titles followed before the end of the next month. Tiger Woods was yesterday’s news as the Northern Irishman’s prodigiously monstrous swing threatened to change our perception of what ‘great’ could be, just a few short years after we were certain Woods was a once-in- a-lifetime phenomenon. Nothing could stop him, or so we thought. But there was something. Something insidious. Something dangerous. A wolf wrapped in $100 bills. It was an infectious, disease- ridden truckload of cash that one man couldn’t possibly comprehend in a lifetime, let alone spend without some help. COVER PREVIEW BOY WANDER
July 2013 - THE OPEN