Australian Open & Tom Watson

The Australian Open is a major tennis tournament held annually over the last fortnight of January in Melbourne, Australia. Thomas Sturges Watson (born September 4, 1949) is an American professional golfer who has played on the PGA Tour and now plays mostly on the Champions Tour. 2.3/5

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American young gun Jordan Spieth has fired a course-record eight-under 63 in wild conditions to win the Australian Open by six shots.Golf's next big thing began Sunday's fourth round at the Australian Golf Club in a three-way share of the lead but produced four front-nine birdies, including three in a row from the par-five fifth, to lead by three at the turn. Spieth made a clutch up-and-down for par at the par-three 11th to extend his advantage to four shots before birdies at the 14th and 15th holes gave him a six-shot cushion. The world number 14 added two more exclamation marks with birdies at the 17th and 18th holes to better the course record by two shots and complete a brilliant debut on Australian soil. "That's definitely the best round I've ever played," Spieth said after the round. "I didn't think that round was out there but the putts just kept going in." With the win the 21-year-old joins golfing royalty on the Stonehaven Cup, with countrymen Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tom Watson amon ...
In an interview before the Australian Open, Tom Watson said he feels golf should not be in the Olympics in 2016. What do you think? Is it good for the game? Is it a fit for the Olympics?
Tom Watson does think that Golf has a place in the Olympics. Read what he has to say! SYDNEY (AP) Eight-time major winner Tom Watson says golf has no place at the Olympic Games. Watson, who will play at the Australian Open this week for the first time since he won the tournament in 1984, told reporters Tuesday that he doesn't support golf's return to the Olympics in 2016. ''I still think of Olympics as track and field and not golf, to be honest with you,'' he said. ''I don't want to pour cold water on it, but I don't think it should be in the Olympic Games.'' Watson said golf has its four major championships, which remain its pinnacle events. Golf was played at the Olympics at Paris in 1900 and St. Louis in 1904. Watson supported the decision of golf officials to ban long-handle putters, but added he did so ''with mixed emotions.'' He said a broomstick stroke ''is not a stroke of golf. That's not a stroke, but it makes it easier to play.'' ''My son Michael, with a conventional putting stroke, he couldn't ...
Eight-time major champion Tom Watson said he thinks golf in the Olympics is stupid. Well, maybe not in those exact words. While prepping for this weekend’s Australian Open in Sydney, Watson said he doesn’t support the return of golf to the Games after a 112-year hiatus. “I still think of Olympics as...
Tom Watson finishes the senior's tournament in 6th place at +8. He will head to the Australian Open next week.
Tom Watson to play Australian Open: Eight-time major winner and all-round nice guy Tom Watson wil...
Adam Scott, Tom Watson and Geoff Ogilvy to play at Australian Open
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