Friday, April 12, 2013

14 year old makes the cut at the Masters (wow)

Teenager Guan Tianlang was penalised for slow play at Augusta, but his overall score of four over was still enough to see him become the youngest golfer to make the cut at a major.

Guan, 14, was given the one-stroke penalty after making par on the 17th, having earlier been warned for slow play during the Masters second round.

The Chinese player said he respected the decision.
Read the rest here.

I bet I know what the topic will be when he is told to write a one page paper on "what I did over my Spring break."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So...what about Magnus Carlsen being the challenger for the World Chess Championship? Highest rated player ever.At age 22.

Nope,not exciting enough. Despite the fact that chess tourneys are as physically exhausting as any other sport.