2008 was a great year for the golfing world. Trevor Immelman won the US Masters becoming the first South African since Gary Player to win the Green Jacket. Tiger Woods came through with an emphatic win at the US Open before retiring for the rest of the year due to his problematic knee and Padraig Harrington announced himself as one of the golfing greats in the modern (shall we say postmodern) age by winning the Open Championship and the PGA Championship respectfully.
In this post I present you with the images of their success:
Keep these guys in mind when you are next on the practice range or the course. They represent the pinnacle of golfing greatness, achievable only through hard work, dedication, hunger and the sheer courage necessary to win a major. Immelman, Woods and Harrington are the men who beat the world in 2008. Well done to them.