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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 140 - The Masters
T HE coming week will go one of two ways for world No.1 Rory McIlroy. If all goes according to his plan, we’ll be hailing the Northern Irishman as one of the greats – a golfing genius who finally cracked his own personal enigma and triumphed on the sport’s greatest stage. Or we (and he) will be lamenting yet another Masters disappointment as he again fails to grapple with Augusta’s mysterious forces. McIlroy knows the toll the world’s greatest golf tournament takes on those in contention; the physical requirements, the mental strain and the emotional tidal waves that relentlessly crash into the competitors until one by one, every man bar one is washed away. So McIlroy this year has opted for the lightest Masters-lead-in of his career. PGA Tour fans have seen the world’s best player just three times this year for a total of 10
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OTG Express 141 - Masters Wrap