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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 149
H E MIGHT not win the same plaudits or attention as Jason Day and Adam Scott, but for consistency, it’s hard to go past Warrnambool's Marc Leishman. The Australian rarely has a bad week with the sticks – he has already placed a couple of top- five finishes at majors on his resume, and at 31 years old he has plenty of time on his side. Leishman's 14 tournaments so far this season have yielded two top-10 finishes, one more than the ailing Scott. Just don’t expect to hear him crowing about it. I T'S a case of 'out of sight, out of mind' sometimes for Ryan Moore. The American is ultra consistent and has won tournaments in four of the past seven seasons while recording 37 top-10 finishes, but never quite seems to get his due acknowledgement. If someone offered you career earnings of $20 million over the last 10 years, you'd take it in a heartbeat, yet no one is patting Moore on the back unless he occupies the top rung of the leaderboard, like he did at the CIMB Classic in November when he saw off Sergio Garcia, Gary Woodland and Kevin Na by three strokes. We love you, Ryan, even if the rest of them don't. OTG MARCLEISHMAN RYANMOORE 5 6
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