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Golf Australia Express : May 2014
T HEY were the three holes that provided the lone highlight in an all but anonymous PGA Tour career. Three holes at TPC Sawgrass: a pa-5, par-3 and par-4. Three holes, nine shots. And only one putt. No one but golfing die-hards and his own family would recognise Craig Perks if they passed him in the street, but for 30 unforgettable minutes at the 2002 Players, he was the greatest player in the world. Think Matt Jones at the Houston Open, cranked up to 10 and with a triple injection of theatre. That day, Perks chipped in for eagle at the 16th, drained a birdie putt at the famous island green at 17 and then completed arguably the most incredible three-hole closing stretch in history by chipping in PERKS Players Words by Adrian Ballantyne