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Golf Australia Express : July 2014
TIGER OUT OF THE ROUGH THE boss is back. Tiger Woods made his much- anticipated return to the PGA Tour at the Quicken Loans International, three months after having surgery to relieve a pinched nerve in his back. The former world No.1 admitted he didn't expect much before he teed off just a couple of weeks out from The Open. "I will be a bit rusty but I want to play myself back into competitive shape," he said in a statement on his Facebook page. TW was rusty indeed, missing the cut for just the 10th time in his career at Colonial. R-MAC GOING IRISH IT'S as common as a cold for sponsors to compete for a player's signature. But it's not every day that two countries battle it out for their services. Rory McIlroy finally ended months of indecision and speculation when he announced he'd play for Ireland and not Britain at the 2016 Olympics in Rio. McIlroy gave the locals something to smile about at the Irish Open when he made the announcement in the days leading up to the tournament. "I have been thinking about the decision a lot and remembered all the times I represented Ireland as an amateur," McIlroy said. "I was always very proud to put on the Irish uniform and play as an amateur and as a boy, and I would be very proud to do it again." Around The Traps Buy now & go into the draw for great prizes, including: All inclusive round of Golf with Jarrod Lyle Weekly Prizes – Every Store: A sleeve of Titleist “Leuk the Duck” balls WIN! IT’S DUCK SEASON! PURCHASE YOUR HEADCOVER LEUK THE DUCK! LEUK THE DUCK! IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CANCER ALL PROCEEDS GO TO CHALLENGE – SUPPORTING KIDS WITH CANCER SUPPORT JARROD LYLE SUPPORT JARROD LYLE $