What country do your divots look like?
The world’s number one ranked female golfer Yani Tseng will be in Australia next month to play in the Women’s Australian Open at Royal Canberra, and it seems even her golf clubs are keen to get Down Under.
Tseng recently posted this photo on her Facebook page showing her practise range divot pattern looking a lot like Australia. Coincidence or not, it’s great the world number one always comes down to Australia to play and the field in Canberra in shaping up to be a good one.
I’d venture to say most golfer’s divots looked more like New Zealand, or Madagascar perhaps. I’ve played with some people who finish with a divot pattern looking more like The Philippines, and that’s just on the first fairway.
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