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The Tale of Two Tom's

By Golfrefugees
THE TALE OF TWO TOM'S
You name your son Tom after golfing great Tom Watson.
Then twenty years later, you watch him play with Tom at the Open.
He shoots a 65 to end joint leader on the opening day.
He watches Tom’s glorious hole-in-one on the second day.
The two Tom’s walk and talk down the links fairways, stride for stride at Royal St Georges.
What a story.
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