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Golf Betting News: Michael Phelps at Alfred Dunhill Links in Scotland

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Wednesday, 03 October 2012 23:35

Michael Phelps at Alfred Dunhill Links in ScotlandGolf has trapped in his ever-expanding network of two new "big fish", American swimmer Michael Phelps and the South African athlete Oscar Pistorius, the double competitor in London 2012 subject to a carbon fiber prosthesis. Both golfers will participate as fromThursday, at the Alfred Dunhill Links in Scotland. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

Diego Maradona, Johan Cruyff, Pep Guardiola, Rafa Nadal, Yevgeny Kafelnikov (now professional golf) ... The list exsports guys attracted top level golf is as extensive as the record that each accumulated in their specialty.

Phelps and Pistorius were the last of the stars who have fallen into this ocean prisoners making up a stick, a ball and a tiny hole.

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Both compete from Thursday at the Alfred Dunhill Links, an official European Tour tournament which takes place in three fields simultaneously Scotland (St.Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns) and play teams of a 'amateur' and a professional .

"As we enter this new chapter of my life, I think I will be able to change my desire to compete for anything that I propose and golf is one of the things that I want to focus," said Michael after withdrawal Phelps, the athlete with 22 medals is unmatched in the history of the modern Olympics.

Phelps will play the tournament with Casey
The Jaws of Baltimore 'has fallen and with depth in the sport networks, precisely, was invented in Scotland.

The giant Phelps (1.95 meters), besides playing this tournament by the Englishman Paul Casey professional often (1.70 meters), has signed a contract with the Golf Channel in the United States to star in a reality show called " Haney Project ': learn to improve in the sport classes with Hank Haney, the former coach of Tiger Woods.

For Pistorius, the athlete who participated in both the Olympics and Paralympics in London in 2012, his relationship with golf is so close that has a 18 handicap, the level of play that is measured in values ​​from 0 to 36.

Oscar Pistorius, who suffered the amputation of both legs at eleven months of age, competed in the finals in August Olympic 4x400m relay and 400 meters. It was a special triumph to a long and hard legal proceedings to get the permit.

Pistorius will team with Paul McGinley
In Carnoustie, Pistorius will team with Irish Paul McGinley, the golfer already found to occupy the next captain of Europe's Ryder Cup in 2014.
"I'm a big fan of golf. I love this game," said Pistorius official website of the tournament.

"I've never played St. Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns.'m A unique opportunity. So much history at St. Andrews every golfer longs to play there," he adds.

"I'm anxious to be on the first tee. ', And as compatriots Ernie Els, Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel. When I got the invitation to play, or a vacation would stop," said Pistorius.

Some of the heroes of the Ryder Cup have signed up to this tournament Scottish, as the Scot Peter Lawrie, Swede Peter Hanson and German Martin Kaymer.
Also vicecapitanes Miguel Angel Jimenez and Thomas Bjorn, but never so many Olympic medal (Phelps) and so combativeness (Pistorius) entered through the doors of the legendary St. Andrews, the home of golf.

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 October 2012 21:39
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