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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Branden Grace
Fred Couples' luck on No. 12 at Augusta National seems to have no expiration date.
South African Louis Oosthuizen birdied his closing two holes to retain the Volvo Champions title on Sunday after an earlier eagle on the eighth.
They split two matches, then reluctantly took a break.
Ernie Els remembers them as being a big part of his junior golf foundation in South Africa.
Branden Grace didn't have the year Rory McIlroy did. He'll probably take a repeat of 2012 just the same.
With the buzz around top-ranked Rory McIlroy, some of the other big names playing at the Dubai World Championship can be forgotten.
After winning four times in his breakthrough season on the European Tour, South Africa's Branden Grace can cap it with a title he prizes above all: His home country's national open.
Branden Grace is playing the opening two rounds of the Bridgestone Invitational with Tiger Woods, the biggest draw in golf and a seven-time winner at Firestone. It was a clever pairing because they are the only players with three wins this year.
"I thought it might be comeback of the year," Grace said. "It could have been. I had an eagle putt horseshoe out on the 15th, and missed a short one on the 16th. Oh well."
"I think I might buy a little chair and put six in a row for the family," Grace said.