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Saturday, July 04, 2009

Peter Wilson is in the fourth position in the Australian PGA Championship

(This entry was originally posted in this blog on December 5, 2008 and the information is based on that time.)

On the second day of the Australian PGA Championship at the Hyatt Regency Coolum golf course, Peter Wilson ended up in fourth position by finishing withing 69 strokes. On the first day, he finished within 68 strokes. The blonde haired golfer had eight birdies in the first round which made him look unstoppable. Overall, he scored eight birdies. In the second round, he made two bogeys and one double bogeys on the 13th par 4. The ball went into the bunker. Aferwards, the sand shot sent it into the trees beside the green. Bringing the ball back into hole cost him a “double bogey.” Wilson called it a “train wreck.” He then got up from bed at 3.30 am on Friday and finished his first round. He finished the second round within 69 strokes keeping it 7under par. Jarrod Lyle (72-63) and Mathew Goggin (67-68) are in the lead position each with a score of 135.

Peter Wilson was born in Victoria in 1977. He started as a professional golfer in 2000. A hobby farmer and father of three children, Peter Wilson did not have a very good attitude toward the game. His bad temper caused him a lot of trouble. Birth of his three children and an accident put him out of the game for eight months. This year, he got the permission to play in three Australian PGA Tour. Wilson is also an avid surfer. He has been in water since he was eight years old. Whenever he gets time, he goes into the sea and rides on the waves. This year, Wilson toured in Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Tahiti. Aside from playing golf, he squeezed out time to surf on the sea.

Related articles:

The Sidney Morning Herald

championship.pga.org.au

championship.pga.org.au (pdf file)

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