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Options Abound ( 4)
Bests And Worsts ( 12)
Cracking The Code
There are no promises, guarantees, quick
fixes or elixirs in the search for better golf.
There is no substitute for hard work or smart
But there is a growing body of knowledge
in applied golf science that already has been
discovered and embraced by high profilers
Sean Foley, Greg Norman and Anthony Kim,
just to name a few. There’s compelling
evidence that Tiger Woods may be next in line.
Inside this week’s pages of Global Golf Post
is a comprehensive special report on the man
behind the advances and the tenets of his ap-
plications that include the latest in 3D tech-
nology. Kim’s coach, Adam Schriber, calls it
“one of the best-kept secrets in the business.”
Meanwhile in Hong Kong, Ian Poulter won
the European Tour’s penultimate 2010 event
and muscled his way back into the world’s top
World No. 1 Lee Westwood is a distant
third. Poulter stands fifth. And Rory McIlroy,
sixth in Hong Kong, ranks 12th on the latest
“RTD” points list.
But give the young Irishman points for his
new coiffure. He boldly dyed his locks from
dark to gold. And he has fired our imagination. Just think: If he traded in his golf cap for
a top hat, he’d be Harpo Marx in spikes. And
wouldn’t that just be Duck Soup?
Poulter Wins In
Hong Kong ( 14)