Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Fountain of Youth, Still Unfound?

Korean-born, New Zealand-native Danny Lee, the reigning U.S. Amateur champion and the youngest since Tiger Woods (1994) will be giving up his amateur status and turning pro after he plays in this year's Masters tournament. The 18 year-old Lee will make his professional debut at the Zurich Classic in New Orleans.


IB18 editors have been well aware of the youth movement in 2009 with such notables as Lee, Rory McIlroy and Ryo Ishikawa, who will also be making their Masters debut in a couple of weeks.

However, IB18 editors are also aware that ultimately, the story will still be Tiger Woods and how many strokes by which he either wins or loses the tournament.

In a season where he is still overcoming arthroscopic knee surgery, he successfully and impressively defended his title at the Arnie Invite, coming back from 5 shots down this past Sunday. This, above everything, is what the casual golf fan was clamoring for.

For die-hard golf fans, we appreciated it, respected it and moved on.

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