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‘The Match’ shows the same spirit of format innovation that saved the Ryder Cup

In contrast to Richard Gillis, Tim Crow argues that innovation is the lifeblood of golf and that the Tiger Woods v Mickelson showdown will succeed because, like the Ryder Cup, it offers an alternative to sport’s staid formats.

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