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Golf Australia Express : Issue 26
...who to watch What’s happening on the PGA Tour this week PEEK THE TIGER WOODS CHARL SCHWARTZEL FOR A while it seemed Tiger Woods owned the WGC-Cadillac Championship—he won six of the first eight stagings of the tournament. While his last win was back in 2007, there’s no doubt he has some real fond memories playing the Doral track. TW’s coming off a career best final round 8-under 62 at The Honda Classic. His birdie-eagle finish was reminiscent of the Tiger of old. The champ’s swing is looking tighter and most of all his putter is running red hot. Beware the hungry Tiger this week. OTG SOUTH AFRICAN Charl Schwartzel is a quiet achiever. And that’s what makes him so dangerous. Remember when he used stealth to move through the field during the final round to win the Masters at Augusta last year? And like then, the focus this week will be on the supposed McIlroy-Woods showdown. Seems the perfect occasion for the 27-year-old to upset the apple cart again. He’s got the weaponry in his bag, the nous and the silent-but-deadly persona needed to knock off more fancied rivals. OTG Dustin Johnson, who finished second behind Nick Watney in 2011, will be striving to go one better this week. The monster long world No.7 is certainly one to watch around the Blue Monster layout.