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By Conor Nagle under European PGA Tour

Chandler with one of his prize ponies, Ernie Els.

There’s an interesting story in today’s Guardian about Andrew “Chubby” Chandler, International Sports Management’s (ISM) benevolent patriarch. As manager of a handful of the world’s top players, including the last three major champions, he’s on course to complete an historic “Chubby Slam”– an agent’s clean sweep of the majors– at Atlanta Athletic Club next week.

Though an interesting fact in itself, it’s not quite as interesting as the financial circumstances of his recent business bonanza. It turns out Chubby sold his controlling share in ISM the day before Louis Oosthuizen cantered to the company’s first major championship.

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