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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 176
SNEDEKER REBOUNDS IN A HURRY BRANDT Snedeker has quickly put the embarrassment of a horror showing at the Australian PGA Championship behind him by teaming with Jason Dufner to win the Franklin Templeton Shootout in Florida. The annual pairs event, which brings down the curtain on all 2015 PGA Tour events – both official and unofficial – saw the combination of Dufner’s relentless ball-striking and Snedeker’s handiwork on the greens push them to a two-shot victory over Harris English and Matt Kuchar. The winners birdied the last two holes in the best-ball format to post a three-day total of 30-under at Tiburon Golf Club. While their complementary strengths helped Snedeker and Dufner throughout, Snedeker paid tribute to his partner’s putting. “I play with Jason a lot and this is the best I’ve ever seen him roll it,” Snedeker said. “I’m pretty consistent, I’m in the fairway, I’m on the greens. That gives him a lot of confidence,” Dufner added. “He putts really well so that gives me more confidence. I was able to stroke the ball a lot freer this week.” English and Kuchar, who have finished first, second and second at this event in the past three years, shot 28-under, one shot ahead of Charley Hoffman and Daniel Berger, the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year. “I thought today we did exactly what I thought we had to do,” Snedeker said. “The key for us was 17. [Jason] made a clutch, tough four- footer down the hill that gave us the lead going into the last hole.” _ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ____ DREWITT EARNS WEB.COM CARD SYDNEY professional Brett Drewitt will begin 2016 with full playing privileges on the Web.com Tour once again after he secured a card at the secondary circuit’s qualifying school in Florida yesterday. The top-45 players and ties at the now four- round school (down from six rounds) earned cards and Drewitt’s 4-under aggregate was inside the mark by two shots. The 25-year-old, who won on the PGA Tour China last year after claiming the New South Wales and Queensland amateur titles before turning pro, played exclusively on the Web.com Tour this year, with a best finish of tied-fifth at the Chile Classic from his 20 starts. TRAPS AROUND the
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