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Shane Bowls A Doosie
Australian cricket legend, Shane Warne, showed he can do more with his hands than baffle batsman when he shot a corking one-under-par 71 at St Andrews in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
The spinner boxed a seven-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to complete his “best ever round of golf” in the second round of the tournament.
He parred the first nine holes with three birdies on the back nine and a double-bogey on the 16th hole. His score was better than major winners Vijay Singh (74), David Duval (73) and Louis Oosthuizen (74) and he beat his professional pro-am partner, Peter O'Malley, by three shots.
The duo was tied fourth in the pro-am at 11 under after the second round but didn’t manage to make it to the final day.
He later tweeted, "Thanks everyone for your tips & support ! I shot 71 off the stick today at St Andrews, my best ever round of golf #dunhilllinks."