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She said that a few years ago a child died playing a game called "Chubby Bunny".

This apparently happened in or around Austin, Texas.

Actual occurrences can sometimes take on folkloric lives of their own, making the shift from news stories to cautionary tales through emotional responses to elements of those events.

However, Casey began playing the game with some of her friends when her teacher momentarily left the area ten minutes before the scheduled start of the “Chubby Bunny” competition to have a word with a janitor.

As Casey choked, the teacher was summoned back to the room, but he arrived too late to head off the youngster’s death.

Gi: Is there anywhere else in the world that comes close to the atmosphere of St Andrews? Walking onto the 18th green at Pebble Beach at night with Lee on the eve of the 2000 US Open.

It is the only place that has anything near what St Andrews has got.

We went to one place which was owned by a car dealer. They played two holes, had a lunch and went back to the house of the guy who owned it for the players to receive a gift. I like very nice red and white wine too but pink wine would be a social drink.

Two days later we got a message saying they had sold 45 BMWs and six Rolls Royces on the day. It might be easier to say the only drink I don't like is tequila.

Gi: If you could change one Rule of Golf, what would it be? There may be tomatoes in that." I have to be careful with curries because sometimes there can be tomatoes well disguised in curry.

CC: I would stop allowing the anchoring of belly putters and long putters to the body. And to see someone take out a long putter for a drop is almost cheating.

John Hopkins could hardly avoid the obvious question when he caught up with one of the game’s most down to earth characters at the season-ending championship in Dubai Gi: ISM enjoyed major success in 2011 – Charl Schwartzel, Rory Mc Ilory and Darren Clarke taking three of the year’s four majors. He is destined to be one of the best players in the world there has ever been whether we were managing him or not. I’d be lying if I said it didn’t hurt, but you have to move on. His life is so focused on the US now that it made sense for him to consolidate his affairs there. CC: Arriving at Augusta for the Masters in April and driving down Magnolia Lane with Darren and Lee. CC: The Open, but can I be a bit cheeky and say watching one of our lads come down the last at the Open like the last two years. CC: Rarely, but I do try and get my game in shape for the Dunhill Links – that is a highlight on my calendar.