20 Aug '13, 7pm

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“She completely blew me off,” Snedeker recalls instantly, despite the 23 years that have since passed. “I hated her. She ran over me like a truck.” Snedeker would see Alfredsson years later, this time from inside the ropes at a charity tournament the two were at, and thank her for the experience. Perplexed, she asked why. “I told her you’re the reason I sign every kid’s autograph,” Snedeker says. “Being a TOUR pro now, I can see why she did it -- she had a bad day on the course and just didn’t want to do it. “But at the end of the day what we do is entertainment and the last thing I want to do is be seen as another spoiled TOUR pro or another spoiled athlete. I care about what people think. It might be to my detriment in the long run, but I’m trying to do the right stuff.” The moment didn’t deter or steer Snedeker away from the game as much as it helped shape him. He has a...

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A kids party. What worked & lessons learnt

joy.nu 21 Aug '13, 3am

Russell is one in a blink. We threw him a birthday party last Sunday. As a host, I did a few things right and a couple of ...