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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 149
W E’RE as guilty as anyone of not awarding this 23-year-old Japanese whiz a rightful place among the tour’s other young guns like Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy. But of the 50 PGA Tour events Matsuyama has played throughout his short career, he’s made the cut in a staggering 42 of them, including 14 out of 15 this year. In the 2015 season he’s posted seven top-10 results in 15 appearances, including five top-fives and a runner-up result at the Phoenix Open. A win to go with last year’s victory at The Memorial can’t be far away, and he’ll deserve every moment of it when it arrives. A S FAR as headline acts go, Chris Kirk has a way to go before he features on any promotional posters. And that’s a shame, given he’s outperforming many of his more fancied PGA Tour rivals week in and week out. His victory at the Crowne Plaza Invitational wasn’t aflashinthepan–asidefroma lean stretch in late February and early March, the 29-year-old has been a picture of consistency this year, finishing in the top 10 three times and top 25 seven times from his 16 events. And that’s after last year’s breakout two-win season. He’s only a couple of solid major performances away from being counted among the big boys. 3 4 HIDEKIMATSUYAMA CHRISKIRK
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