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Topic - Yang
The pressure is off Rory McIlroy on the European Tour money list. He's topped it with two tournaments to go, two tournaments he'd love to own to cap off a stellar year.
U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy will be aiming to better his third place in 2009 when he tees off in the Korea Kolon Open at Woo Jeong Country Hills Club in Cheonan on Thursday.
"It is absolutely not toxic. It is just a green dye. We have been selling it to the Chengdu government for at least five or six years, and we have lots of other government clients, like the city of Tianjin, and many northwestern provinces. And we also sell it to golf courses," said Mr. Yang, a salesman for the Top Green company, which makes the dye.
"I have good memories of the course from last year. I enjoy this tournament and I know that Korean fans look forward to this week," said Yang.