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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 249
D ARE we say it, Michelle Wie is as big a chance as anyone this week, having finished in fourth place or better at four of her last six events and recording nine top-25 results this year. It could be the 27-year-old’s week. Even hotter is Lexi Thompson, whose 2017 season has yielded a win and four runner-up results, with five top-10 finishes in her last seven events. And it would be folly to write off Danielle Kang, who netted her first major at the Women’s PGA Championship earlier this month, and who has vaulted from 68th to inside the top 20 in the world rankings with five top-10 finishes this year. R EGARDLESS of your feelings towards its owner, Trump National at Bedminster looks like an absolute cracker. Played on the club’s Old Course, like most Trump- owned layouts it’s as pretty as a picture (in that over- manicured kind of way). Water features heavily throughout the journey and will provide a significant challenge on at least six of the holes, with ponds guarding multiple greens. The 18th, in particular, will spice things up if there’s a tight race at the top of the leaderboard on Sunday, with the 521-yard par-5 presenting an eagle opportunity for those daring enough to take on the finger of water that separates the end of the fairway from the green.
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