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Golf Australia Express : October 2014
That was despite being cut from his US college’s golf scholarship program after some less impressive performances for San Diego State. But he’ll be one international player well and truly at home in Melbourne, having played pennant for nearby Kingswood Golf Club for five years in his teens. Yang said he couldn’t wait to tee it up on Royal Melbourne’s Composite course. “I had such great golfing memories back in Australia and especially one of my favourite golf courses, Royal Melbourne,” he said. “I am really excited to return back to my golf home ground and compete.” Other golfers to watch out for include prodigiously talented 16-year-old Australian, Ryan Ruffels, who won the Australian Junior Amateur title earlier this year and finished tied for 24th at the Australian Open last year when aged just 16. Chinese 16-year-old Guan Tianlang is practically an old hand at this caper, having won this event two years ago, and subsequently became the youngest Masters competitor in history when he stepped onto the 1st tee at Augusta National in 2013. Amateur hour is nearly here. And we can't wait to head to Royal Melbourne to see what they're made of. OTG RISE TO THE TOP OF YOUR GAME WITH RYSER GROUP rysergroup.com A boutique management company representing professional golfers and media talent. 16-YEAR-OLD RYAN RUFFELS, WHO WON THE AUSTRALIAN JUNIOR AMATEUR TITLE EARLIER THIS YEAR AND FINISHED TIED FOR 24TH AT THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN LAST YEAR, WILL BE AT ROYAL MELBOURNE.
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