Masters moments: Ian Woosnam wins in 1991 and gets a lift from caddie ‘Wobbly’ | Golf News

first_imgWe continue our look back through the Augusta archives by remembering Ian Woosnam’s dramatic victory at The Masters in 1991. As the countdown continues towards the delayed 2020 Masters, we take you back to 1991 at Augusta National and Ian Woosnam’s maiden major triumph.Woosnam arrived for his fourth Masters appearance ranked second in the world behind defending champion Nick Faldo, and with five top-10 finishes to his name in major championships.The Welshman was five off the pace after an opening-round 72, but he responded with an impressive 62 on day two which got him within two strokes of the halfway leader, and home favourite, Tom Watson. 2:25 Woosnam receives the green jacket from Nick Faldo Woosnam receives the green jacket from Nick Faldo

Hectare of luxury living

first_img349 Bridgeman Rd, Bridgeman DownsBuilt in 1975, this home is in immaculate condition.Owners Rose and Michael McKergow purchased the property at 349 Bridgeman Rd, Bridgeman Downs, in 2003.The home at 349 Bridgeman Rd, Bridgeman Downs.Mrs McKergow said the couple weren’t actively looking for a new home, but when she spotted the property in the Chronicle she knew she had to have it.“I came and saw it, and fell in love,” she said.“And that was that.”Inside 349 Bridgeman Rd, Bridgeman Downs.Mrs McKergow said it was the position that she loved the most.“It’s very elevated,” she said.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019“We’re right at the top of a hill, away from the main road. It’s secluded and surrounded by lush greenery.”Inside 349 Bridgeman Rd, Bridgeman Downs.The main home is on a single level and has a large formal living room, open-plan kitchen and dining room, study, two bathrooms and four bedrooms, including master suite with walk-in-wardrobe and ensuite. There is also a laundry and garage connected to the main house via the extensive wraparound veranda.Inside 349 Bridgeman Rd, Bridgeman Downs.There is also a self-contained cottage on the property which has three bedrooms, a bathroom, bar and living area.The property also has a gazebo, fish pond, swimming pool and manicured gardens.Mrs McKergow said her family spent a lot of time in the garden.The home at 349 Bridgeman Rd, Bridgeman Downs.“It’s so lush and private, it’s like you’re in your own little world,” she saidMrs McKergow said the home would suit those who enjoy gardening and outdoor living.“There are so many wonderful spots to just sit and take in the surroundings,” she said.Mrs McKergow said she was going to miss the home immensely.It’s a bit of a shock to be selling,” she said.“This is definitely a house that you never want to leave.”last_img read more

Union County Officials Nix Ambulance Crew From County

first_imgFile photoUnion County officials are removing an ambulance crew from the county after a train and farm equipment accident on April 19.A farmer was injured after a train collided with his John Deere sprayer near the town of Cottage Grove.The man recovered, but the ambulance crew that responded has been criticized for its delay getting him to the hospital.According to the Liberty Herald, others that were on the scene said the crew took too long to transport the farmer to the hospital.The ambulance arrived at 10:18 a.m., and did not leave the scene with the patient until 10:35 a.m.The Rural Metro ambulance crew apparently had delays due to patient identification and which hospital to go to because it involved workman’s compensation.Union County commissioners decided to remove the Rural Metro ambulance crew from the county.last_img read more