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Mark Oâ€ ™ Meara shot a 6-under 65, taking a one-stroke lead over Mike Reid and defending champion Nick Price in the first round of the Champions Tourâ€ ™ s Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am. â€œI got a little bit of a putting less from Tiger last week at Augusta, â€ Oâ€ ™ Meara said. â€œI was kind of rakey on my putts, so he wanted me to swing kind of two degrees more out to the right.
"I was kind of rakey on my putts, so he wanted me to swing kind of two degrees more out to the right.
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Why doesn't Arthur truly put Mottley's mind at ease by resigning from what he termed a "poor rakey" parliament and permit fresh talent to come to the fore.
"If (former Prime Minister Owen Arthur) thinks that the debates are poor-rakey, he should attend Parliament more often and join in the debate with a view to raising the bar," Inniss suggested.