Read It? Watson on Turnberry in October's Golf Digest

I am introducing a new feature covering some of the stories that appear in golf's major publications.

This month, Golf Digest released an exclusive interview with Open Championship runner-up Tom Watson. Watson discussed the details of his rise and fall at Turnberry during the 2009 British Open.

For example, Watson was asked what shot he would most like to do-over from the tournament? His response:
"I'd probably hit the 8-iron easier to the 72nd. I had 170 yards to the front, 164 to the right front, where you didn't want to go because the green runs to the right. So I hit it at the flag. [...] You'd think I could stop it, but that crest was probably the driest part of the green."

The rest of the interview is available in the October 2009 edition of Golf Digest.

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