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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 127
FP ADVERT the AROUND TRAPS DAY BACK TO FULL HEALTH WITH TIGER’S HELP JASON Day felt not flying to Sydney for the Australian Open last week would help his ailing back and judging by his form at the Hero World Challenge it appears Australia’s No.2-ranked player is approaching full physical health once more. Day finished fifth at the Tiger Woods- hosted unofficial tournament in Florida, banking US$150,000 as his golf improved the longer the tournament lasted. A last-day 66 – matched only by the runaway winner Jordan Spieth – pushed the Queenslander up the leaderboard and into a share of second place at one stage. MORE _ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ FIJI INTERNATIONAL ON THE MOVE THE PGA of Australia and Fijian Government have announced the second Fiji International tournament will move from its date in August and will now be played from October 15 to 18 2015 – the week after the Presidents Cup in Korea. “October is a more suitable month in terms of world golf schedules, as all majors are complete and many Tours are slowing down or just getting started for new season. It is also early in the PGA Tour of Australasia summer of golf, and broadcasting Fiji is a fantastic way to start the televised events,” PGA of Australia CEO Brian Thorburn said. “In addition, the 2015 Fiji International will be held the week after The Presidents Cup in Korea, where 24 of the world’s top ranked players will be competing, and we will endeavour to have one or two of them playing in Fiji.” MORE
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