Golfing too much? How is that possible?
Scott retained his Australian Masters title on Sunday after fending off a strong challenge from American Matt Kuchar for back-to-back victories after winning the Australian PGA the previous week. The 33-year-old, who won his first major at this years Masters, is second in the world rankings and Norman is convinced he will take Woodss crown. Loved coming home to see my friend Adam Scott cleaning up the #australia golf season, Norman tweeted. So happy for and proud of him. #1 on the near horizon. The PGA of Australia said that if Scott continues his winning ways at this weeks World Cup at Royal Melbourne and next weeks Australian Open at Royal Sydney, he could go into 2014 with less than one point separating him from the once-untouchable Woods. Before his Australian Masters win, he was three points adrift, with Woods on 12.26 and Scott on 9.25.
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It does give you an outlet.” I agree with the president, of course – both of them. However, my golf rounds during 2013 have not yet caught up to President Obamas current pace. Nonetheless, we both meet the official definition of an avid golfer, according to the golf industry. The PGA, the USGA, the LPGA, and the National Golf Foundation all agree that an avid golfer plays 25 rounds or more per year. I posted scores from 27 rounds from April through October, the official handicap season here in the Cape Region, with one-third of them nine-hole affairs. I figure I played about seven more rounds last winter, so the combination certainly puts me in the avid category.
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