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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 139
T HEY’RE not the heirs to the throne. They’re already in the chair and probably dancing on it while wearing a pair of ludicrously oversized headphones. With Jordan Spieth producing a minor miracle to wrangle the Valspar Championship a couple of weeks back, never has the strength of the young talent in both the men’s and women’s games been so pronounced. Gone is the notion that a player might take time to develop the mental and physical maturity to compete on the world stage; these kids are doing it week in, week out, and with a creeping dominance that screams “changing of the guard”. Here are our picks for the best young guns in world golf right now. We know there’ll be a chorus of people demanding to know where Rickie Fowler’s name (or any other brilliant youngster) is among this talented group of young golfers, after the American grabbed top five finishes at each of the four majors last year. But for one, at 26 years old he misses our age cutoff by a year. Here are the six best players aged ‘25 and under’ on Tour right now... OTG
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