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Golf Australia Express : October 2014
S URELY Australia can claim Gunn Yang as our own. If Australia’s newest tennis player Ajla Tomljanovic is able to become an Aussie after a couple of months and a few handshakes, then a young golfer who spent five years playing pennant in Victoria is surely worthy of local status. At the very least he’ll be an honorary Aussie when the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship rolls into Royal Melbourne from October 23 to 26. Ordinarily, amateur tournaments are not exactly hot news, but this is one that’s worth taking notice of. At stake is a spot at The Masters at Augusta for the winner and a spot in the qualifying phase of the Open Championship for the top two finishers. This is the stuff of dreams. Yang will be one of the genuine chances as he continues to build his amateur resume before flicking the switch on his pro career. He’s a young man with more than his share of stories, and he might just make a couple more during his week back in Victoria. In August he became the lowest- ranked player in history to win the US Amateur Championship when the world amateur No.776 beat five players ranked inside the amateur top 100.
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