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Golf Australia Express : May 2014
KIWI PRODIGY MAKES INFLUENTIAL LIST LYDIA Ko might only be 17 years old, but she's already considered the game's most influential player. The New Zealand prodigy, who won the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic this week, will be named in TIME's list of the world's top 100 most influential people when it is released on May 5. Ko is the only golfer to make the list, trumping male stars including Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy. “I’m so surprised and quite humbled to be included in the TIME 100,” Ko said. BEGAY RECOVERING FROM HEART ATTACK FOUR-TIME PGA Tour winner turned commentator Notah Begay is recovering after suffering a heart attack. Begay, 41, was last week taken to hospital and had a stent inserted to unblock his right coronary artery, and is expected to be back on NBC and the Golf Channel within a few weeks. "I appreciate the outpouring of well wishes I've received from family, friends and fans and I will be back covering golf once I'm fully recovered," he said in a statement. GARCIA, ROSE: 'BIGGER IS BETTER' SERGIO Garcia and Justin Rose tried their hand at a version of golf with enormous 15-inch holes recently. Unsurprisingly, they liked it. An exhibition tournament in Georgia featured the enormous cups, which are four times the width of a standard cup, as part of a push to make the game easier and attract younger players. "A 15-inch hole could help junior golfers, beginning golfers and older golfers score better, play fasters and like golf more," Garcia said. TURNBERRY TRUMPED DONALD Trump has finally bought himself a men's major championship, after stumping up the cash for Turnberry Resort in Scotland. Trump said he couldn't pass up the chance to purchase the Open Championship venue when he heard it was up for sale. “It was an opportunity, as far as I was concerned," Trump said. "Turnberry is considered one of the greatest courses in the world. It’s a special place. It’s an important place," he said. The American tycoon says he won't be changing the course, but will upgrade the hotel and consider putting his stamp on the resort by naming it Trump Turnberry. Around The Traps