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- More than 3,500 police planned for Boston Marathon
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Argentine rookie thrown into spotlight
He wasn’t the first player to be among the frenzy that accompanies Woods.
Louis Oosthuizen, in his first time playing in America, was paired with Woods at Doral in 2006 for a World Golf Championship. His clubs didn’t arrive until the night before the opening round. Oosthuizen, of course, went on to win a British Open at St. Andrews.
Marc Cayeux of Zimbabwe made his American debut at Firestone in 2005 in a World Golf Championship. Just his luck, he burned a quarter-size hole inside his left hand during a barbecue a week before, showed up at Firestone and was in Woods‘ group. He was so nervous that he put a range ball got into his bag, and he accidentally put it in play.
He said he was nervous the first shot and the first few holes, but the rest of the day was calm, even with so many people. He was asked what he could take away from being in such a group.
“They don’t give away shots,” Carballo said.
By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
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