had not been getting much value from his driver during a round in the Wednesday stableford competition at Manly Golf Club, the 4-marker as often as not chopping his ball out of trouble.
Yet when he came to the 272 metre par-4 ninth hole, Crisp decided, in the way of these things, ‘What the Hell’. And he pulled out the big dog to let it feed.
And feed it did.
What followed, according to Crisp’s dad Darren Crisp
, was about more than golf or skill or sheer dumb luck.
It was about love and loss and family.
And though he is not a religious man, Darren knew: it was about divine intervention.
Well, felt like it, anyway.
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