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Rumour Confirmed: Taiwanese golfers turn up for the left handed golf championships, but there’s one big problem…

Ross and John's Rumour File

A number of Taiwanese golfers in town for the World Left Handed Golf Championships have missed the memo on the most important criteria for the event.

The 3AW Breakfast Rumour File heard this morning something was lost in translation for the team entering in the seniors division.

The tournament is hosting 200 left-handed golfers from 15 different countries.

3AW golf correspondent Graeme Bond said half of the seniors team were right-handed.

“Just a couple of criteria for this event, the World Association of Left-Handed Golfers, you have to be 50 years of age or over and you have to play left-handed,” he told Ross and John.

“There’s something happened with the entries with the group from Taiwan, about a dozen to 15 players players from Taiwan turned up to the event, on the wrong side of the cub – they are right-handed.”

Click PLAY above to hear 3AW’s Graeme Bond explain more

Ross and John's Rumour File
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