When Australian golfer Robert Allenby missed the cut in the Sony Open , although still representing the PGA of Australia and the US Tour , his golfing was over for the week.
Whether or not he was robbed, beaten and dumped in a park after missing the cut in the Sony Open, leaving him with cuts and a deep scrape on his forehead, is something that we will never know, yet it really shouldn’t matter.
When he handed that scorecard in for the weekend his golf was over and basically he becomes a normal (but famous) civilian who is alllowed to go about his business in anyway he sees fit .
My only comment would be that he should do as much behind closed doors as he can and maybe in future with all of his money he needs to hire a caddy/minder to get him into a taxi safe and home into bed.
His personal life should be just that , his mistake was taking it into the public eye and subsequently the media.
Sometimes things are out of ones control, but he loves to have fun and let his hair down ……he always has . So next time it would be advisable to have that caddy/minder look after him.
He can now get on with his golf , let his scores do the talking and try his best to not make any huge mistakes .
He needs to have a caddy both with him on and off the course
Written by Jonathan Porter