Yep the food prices are great.
It's what makes to British Open unique, and a great golf tournament. Experience counts for so much a lot of the time.Think Jason Day will have a big BO with the richest ever kiwi sportsman on his bag.
Watching some old replays, amazing to watch Tom Watson's near miss from 10 years ago. He was pretty stiff at the end, Cink birdied 18 from about 15 ft to get to 2 under. Watson teed off the Par 5 17th at 2 under, hit a nice drive and followed it with a 264 yd rescue that just ran through back of green. It was a pure shot. Made birdie and only needed a par 4 on 18. Teed off into perfect position with rescue and followed with a pured 8 iron that just ran through the middle of the green (was downwind) and he failed to get up and down from an awkardish lie. The playoff was just too much for an emotionally drained 59 yr old. It was a remarkable tournament.
Unfortunately strong winds not forecast (27 kmh only on the Sunday showing as forecast ATM) so it may not be the sternest test of golf. Hopefully it does blow a bit.
I'd have him on the podium with Jake Stringer and David Warner as the worst blokes in Australian sport.The wheels have really fallen off for Robert Allemby, he shot a 45 for the front nine at the Australian PGA yesterday.
He was 7 over after 3 holes after double, triple and double bogies.
I've read a couple of ordinary stories about Allenby, but have read more good stories. His charity for kids with cancer has raised over $20 million.I'd have him on the podium with Jake Stringer and David Warner as the worst blokes in Australian sport.
No question he has made a charitable contribution but I'll leave it at that.I've read a couple of ordinary stories about Allenby, but have read more good stories. His charity for kids with cancer has raised over $20 million.