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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 129
OVER-STATES-ING THE ISSUE AFTER a dominant stretch in which US players won nine of 11 LPGA tournaments in the early part of the 2014 season, the Yanks were barely sighted in the second half of the year. Only Mo Martin, Austin Ernst and Christina Kim won after June, with the Tour’s Asian contingent ascending to power in a big way. Expect a classic star-spangled fightback, with US players to win about half of the trophies on offer this year. ONE TOOTH LEFT HIS body might fail him again and he may only play a handful of tournaments this year, but one of those events will yield a victory for Tiger Woods. On the bright side, things couldn’t go any worse than they did in 2014, when his body and game disintegrated and his most memorable shots were those four fluffed chips at the Hero World Challenge in December. He comes into 2015 with a new swing coach and an apparently strong body.The old boy has at least one win left in him. We just know it. THE OLYMPICS OK. Sit down. Wait for it... There will be an Olympic Golf Course. After a run of setbacks that would bemuse even World Cup hosts Qatar, by all reports the Olympic golf course in Rio de Janeiro is just about complete. Save for some final grassing and a bit of nip and tuck, the course will be ready for tournament play later this year.
OTG Express 128
OTG Express 130