Tiger Woods has returned to the winner’s circle at a major championship for the first time in eleven long years – but who will return to the COD winner’s circle in 2019?
As Christmas approaches, here’s a heart warming tale of love, redemption and serendipity.
It’s AFL Grand Final week – West Coast and Collingwood will be battling it out for premiership glory at the MCG. But which CODster has also tasted premiership glory on the footy field – and also in the black and white?
An early season promise to Shuter McGavin to meet up at the Round 19 Western Bulldogs v Port Adelaide game in Ballarat seemed like a good idea at the time – until the weather forecast was for 9 degrees with possible hail….
There’s nothing better than seeing top players reduced to mere mortals like you and me. The recent British Open at Carnoustie showed that things can go wrong for even the greats when placed under COD-like pressure.
Everyone enters the COD hoping that this will be their year – be it the Green Jacket, Auld Mug or simply improving their handicap and standing in the COD community. Unfortunately for Inda, things didn’t work out in 2018….
He was once known as Shorty Amour – but then he started hitting longer. He was then known as El Gamble – but he stopped framing odds at the COD. So he then became…. The Elegance.