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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 299
practice green, this is three days after the Australian Open when he’d whacked all those balls into the lake at The Lakes, stormed off. So Jarrod walked up to him, like a waiter carrying a tray above his head, with a box perched on top of his fingers. The box contained a dozen Titleist ProVs. Daly at first was like, What? Then he clocked the smile, and the glint in Lyle’s eye. And he cracked up. They both did. And it was a laugh, sure. But it was also Jarrod Lyle, good bloke, doing something for a fellow pro, a colleague, a mate, who’d been under the pump. Bringing him into the bosom. Telling him not to sweat small stuff. It’s a message brought into stark relief with Lyle’s news. And it’s a message that bears repeating in Lyle’s own words. I interviewed him a couple months ago for a story that’ll be in a men’s health magazine later this month. And hopefully his message will engage you, as it engaged me, to focus on what’s most important – family, kids, friends, your people – and not to give too much of a stuff about small stuff. Which is dinkum everything else. First time he copped it he was 17. He didn’t think he could get cancer much less die from it. That’s the attitude he had, as a boy. This can’t JARROD LYLE Jarrod salutes in triumph at the 2013 Australian Masters.
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