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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 129
THE LADS IT’S perhaps fitting that 2015 is the Chinese year of the goat. Or should we say ‘kid’? The boys will sweep the men aside this year in an unprecedented changing of the guard at the top of world golf. Rickie Fowler will do what he threatened to do for all of 2014 and break through for his first major title, while Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and an injury-free Jason Day will grab the lion’s share of the rest of golf’s biggest prizes. Despite the year being less than three weeks old, Day is already showing signs that 2015 will be his best season yet, having fired his best ever score on the PGA Tour – an 11-under birdie extravaganza in the final round of the Tournament of Champions that took him within a shot of a playoff berth. THE LASSES YEAH, we’re buying into the hype. Minjee Lee won’t just make the transition from promising amateur to fully-fledged professional in 2015; she’ll do it with a metaphorical marching band, fireworks display and 12-gun salute by winning in her first season. There’s the smaller matter of a certain Ms Ko to contend with, but Lee has both the talent and the mettle to become the new star Australian women’s golf is desperately craving. THE MASTERS HOW many storylines is it possible to cram into four days of golf at Augusta? Let’s give it a try: Bubba going for three, McIlroy chasing a career Grand Slam, a squadron of rampaging youngsters, Tiger grasping for something special, a host of genuine Aussie chances. It’s only January, but April can come around as soon as it likes.
OTG Express 128
OTG Express 130