Making the Cut: Scott Gets the Nod

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    Each Wednesday during the golf season, FanHouse will list the top five names in golf and why they're important. Did Barack play 18 with Tiger? Did a certain player do something controversial off the course? Or was just playing golf enough to get the pot stirring? Join us for a weekly feature we call Making the Cut.

    5. Ryo Ishikawa -- The 17-year-old (who will turn 18 on September 17) was named to the Presidents Cup, making the potential for some Tiger vs. Ryo matches all the more possible. Tiger lives for stuff like this, and even though the two were paired together at the British Open, it wasn't the same as match play. Two things will happen with Greg Norman's teenage pick -- either he comes out, shows signs of brilliance and earns a point or two for the International side, or he crashes and burns, and the Japanese media will be all over him.

    No matter the outcome, it will be a bonus to see if Ryo comes out with a matching headcover of himself again.

    Making the Cut: Scott Gets the Nod originally appeared on Golf FanHouse on Wed, 09 Sep 2009 14:30:00 EST . Please see our terms for use of feeds.

     

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