Long hit for a little man

Young Lachlan Martin (pictured) is just four, but his natural swing means he can produce a drive of over 60 metres, which is unusual for his age. Lachlan has been teeing off down at the Wyrallah Road driving range for about six months now, where he often hits 100 to 150 golf balls in a session. His hero, as you can imagine, is Tiger Woods, and already the little tike dreams of travelling the world playing golf. Obviously, Lachlan has a long road ahead of him to rise to those heights, but as long as hes enjoying it, were happy to give him a plug.

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