Aussie PGA criticised for tweet

By on April 15, 2013

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Angel Cabrera

Laborious good fortune … Angel Cabrera misses a put on the 2nd playoff hole. Supply: AAP

The Australian PGA has been criticised on Twitter during the last word round of the Masters for tweeting that “we need a mistake” from Angel Cabrera.

With Jason Day, Adam Scott and Marc Leishman all contending for a first green jacket for any Australian, the PGA of Australia tweeted: “We’d Like a mistake from the large hitting Argentine down 13.”

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a few Minutes later, the ruling physique for golf in Australia was once criticised through a California follower: “In Reality? #badssportsmanship.”

The PGA fast tweeted a reply: “We shouldn’t need dangerous good fortune for somebody and the earlier tweet was once once bad sportsmanship No Doubt let our enthusiasm get in one of the best ways.”

Cabrera hit into the creek on the 13th and later bogeyed the hole to fall out of the lead, with Day taking up.

Cabrera in spite of everything lost out to Aussie Adam Scott in a dramatic play-off.


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