When discussing golf's best, consider Branden Grace
PALM HARBOR, Fla. — Branden Grace held his arms about 3 feet apart to describe a relic he found during a recent trip home to South Africa.
It was his first golf club.
"We lived on a farm outside Pretoria and I was ball crazy. A rugby ball, soccer ball, tennis ball, golf ball, anything I could do," Grace said. "So my dad cut down this 3-iron. We were fortunate. We had a sheep dog. So every time I would hit the ball, the dog would retrieve it. I told my dad, 'It would have been nice if you had cut down a wedge.' That 3-iron was hard to hit."
It had been so long since the... read more
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