The Thing About Golf #111: Ronan Rafferty
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From child prodigy to multiple European Tour winner, Ronan Rafferty has seen just about everything in golf.  Popular wherever he went, Rafferty has a particular fondness for Australia — where he won five times between 1987 and 1992 — and credits his years spent Down Under as a crucial element in his international success.  In this delightful chat with John Huggan, Rafferty reflects on his amateur career, what it was like on the European Tour in the halcyon days and how the game has changed over his lifetime.
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