Once the Bashful Prince, Ishikawa still has eyes on the throne

WHETHER it was in America or Japan, every shot played was captured by TV crews and every post-round interview drew a massive scrum of golf writers that his agent would bring a stool for him to sit and answer every media question that would make sporting headlines back home.

This was the life of Ryo Ishikawa (pic) more than a decade ago.

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