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Cameron Smith is getting attention for his hairstyle

Cameron Smith is getting attention for his hairstyle

After an absence of 112 years, golf returned to the Olympic program during the 2016 Rio Games.

Then Great Britain won the team competition ahead of South Korea and Sweden.

In the individual competition, Henrik Stenson became the best Swede when he took the silver.

Tomorrow it’s time to start the golf competition in Tokyo.

But so far, one golfer has received a lot of attention during practice in Japan, and not because of his game.

Australia’s hairstyle Cameron Smith has become a snack bar. He has actually shaved his country’s acronym, AYY, on his long-haired skull.

Being able to represent Australia in Tokyo means being able to play for something bigger than just yourself. Cameron Smith says it’s worth going a few extra miles with this hairstyle

Mom called and laughed.

Smith, who ranks 28 in the world and is making his first Olympics, says he has already been met with many reactions about his new hairstyle.

One of them is his mother.

– My mother called me and laughed and said I was in the news on TV. And they called me many different things. But she loves it and thinks it brings a lot of joy, but I think she thinks it’s the most fun of all, says Robert Smith.

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