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By Larry Canning on 25/06/2011 10:26 PM
I’m not sure about anyone else but I know I've been wondering how the game of golf would fare without Tiger ripping, smashing and shagging his way into the history books. Not since Greg Norman was inventing new ways to make golf more dramatic, (and me breaking TV remotes), have we seen such interest and publicity in our game and for those of us who regularly attempt to make a living from golf, its been fantastic. A couple of clips from a 9 iron wielding wife and our lives were changed forever….until last week anyway.

After Rory McIlroy hosed off his Augusta demons  and proved to us and himself he has the nerve to convert extraordinary talent into grand slam trophies, the future of golf without Tiger is crystal clear. What’s also obvious is that we have an Aussie kid named Jason Day who has no intention of letting the Irishman have it all his own way….. All this has me way too excited for a Senior (Legends) Tour Player so I must go and trim my nasal hairs or something….

I would love to hear who else...
By Jo Putt on 23/06/2011 10:37 PM


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No matter what type of “birdie” you think is great, last weeks display of birdies from Rory in the Open were impressive. Looking at the stats his efforts were fantastic especially on the par 4’s. He has shown over the previous 3 majors he has played, that there is a lot of talent packaged in that Irish skin.  Rory played with little evidence of nerves or tension, which is a remarkable achievement. Believe...
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