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Golf Australia Express : Issue 11
And he continued that form into 2011. Yet to win this season, his consistency thus far would hint a ‘W’ is not far away. Kuchar’s nine top 10s in 2011 have included a pair of runner-ups and a third placing, and with $3.9 million in prizemoney he sits third on the FedEx Cup points table heading into the BMW Championship this week. He’s a good pick for a win at Cog Hill, with top 10s in both appearances there since it was redesigned, including a T3 last year. For many in the know, he remains a favourite to win the season- ending TOUR Championship in a fortnight. Yet for some reason he still rarely features on many other radars. Perhaps that’s because this 193cm American is not so big on big-noting himself. Maybe it’s his quiet nature or ‘taking care of business’ attitude that makes him go unnoticed with the pundits? Who knows. Whatever the reason, Matt Kuchar is here to stay for a long while more. And he’ll no doubt make some noise before he leaves. OTG