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Golf Australia Express : December 2013
AROUND THE TRAPS TROUBLE IN BERMUDA THE golf course is where plenty of us go to escape life for a while, but New York mayor Michael Bloomberg is in hot water for doing exactly that during a deadly train derailment in his city. Bloomberg was criticised after continuing to play at Bermuda's Mid Ocean Club despite learning of the rail disaster, which killed four people and injured more than 60, during his round. "When I was informed about the train wreck ... (I) was in constant communications with my commissioners who were there to do the job," he said later. BERTHA IS BACK BABY THE Big Bertha is back. And she’s meaner than ever. Callaway Golf announced last week it was bringing back arguably the most memorable club of the past two decades. The original Bertha—released in 1991—was considered the pioneer of modern drivers, made entirely of stainless steel in an era of persimmon Big Dogs. Two new versions will hit the stores, Big Bertha and Big Bertha Alpha. WRISTY BUSINESS HENRIK Stenson still plans to play at Sun City this week, even though he's still battling a niggling wrist injury. The resurgent Swede, whose exploits this year were second only to world No.1 Tiger Woods and our own Adam Scott, only allowed himself 10 days rest to recover but reckons he's still good to go ahead of the Christmas break. "I have spent more time in the ice bucket than a bottle of Moet and Chandon over the last month and I just had to rest it," he said.