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Andrew Yun knows what it takes to be a great golfer. The Hamilton (Chandler, Ariz.) senior is one of the best young gofers in the nation; he is ranked the No. 6 boys' golfer from the Class of 2009 in the American Junior Golf Association's Polo rankings. Before he heads off to Stanford to continue his golf career, he talks about his top five favorite players and what he likes about their games.
1. Tiger Woods
"Simply the best. Every time he steps up to the golf ball, he has an advantage before he hits a shot. He has the mental advantage, and it's such a mental game."
2. Phil Mickelson
"I love his attitude. He never gets frustrated, and if he does he doesn't let it show."
3. Anthony Kim
"Not only is his swing one of the best, I also like his confidence. Some people call him cocky, but he backs it up with his play and I think his confidence is one of the reason he plays so well."
4. Annika Sorenstam
"Her work ethic is unbelievable. She's like a machine out there. Fairways and green and a couple of putts, and that's it."
5. Ernie Els
"I always admired his tempo. It's so fluid. It's hard not to like it."
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