Business of Sport: a walk in the park ruined

Trevor McKewen
Fri, 10 Jun 2022

Business of Sport: a walk in the park ruined
We're still all feeling pretty good about Steve Alker's second wind (Image: Getty)
Trevor McKewen
Fri, 10 Jun 2022
Golf: the bright sideThe weekend’s almost here so let’s go golfing.It’s hard to think of a better good-news sports story right now than Steven Alker.It’s also hard to imagine a worse bad-news sports story right now than Greg Norman’s greedy pack of mercenaries banking as much Saudi cash as they can lay their grubby hands on.But, hey it’s the end of the week, so let’s at least start positively.Alker was the consummate pro golfer journeyman during his career on the European and American PGA circuits. He p...

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