Tag: Australia

History and Change for Golfers Named Ko

Jin Young Ko Wins Women’s Australian While Lydia Still Searching For people of my age group, it is often necessary to remind ourselves that the touring golfers we observe, great as they may be, are not yet at the height of their powers. That only underscores how great they really are. Typically, we expect a …

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Bowditch Hero of Week

Bowditch Overcomes Terrible Road to Victory Actually, you can decide for yourself whether Steve Bowditch is the hero of the week after winning the Byron Nelson in Texas. I’m sure of my choice, though. It’s his second win on the PGA tour, after a stellar amateur and pro career in Australia and elsewhere. Australia is …

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Rachel Hetherington

Rachel Hetherington Coming Back to the Game Even a game that doesn’t appear to move all that fast, such as golf, moves with a distinct intensity when you see and feel it up close. This is not a weekend round with friends, despite the fact that you’re playing with your peers. Coming back to touring …

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Jason Day – Triumph and Tragedy

Jason Day

Jason Day Moves Forward Royal Melbourne hosted the World Cup two weeks ago, and for the first time in a while, a native son won it, enabling the Australian contingent to win the team aspect of the tournament as well. Jason Day, who last won at the Byron Nelson on the PGA Tour in 2010, …

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