Thomas Bjorn - Tales of The Open
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Some players reach the dizzy heights of the game of golf, and stay there long enough to reap the rewards. But some do not. In 2003, Thomas Bjorn defied the odds of a first round quadruple bogey to lead The Open by three shots with four holes to play. What happened next on the 16th hole at Royal St George's, lives in golfing infamy. Bjorn's perspective on his misfortune however showcased why he was not only one of the best golfers of his time, but a role model for Danish, and European golfers to look up to. This is Tales of The Open. This is the story of Thomas Bjorn. Listen to Tales of The Open on your preferred podcast provider, or on YouTube.
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