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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 194
AFTER losing his PGA Tour card in 2013, DANNY LEE must have decided the best way to prevent it from happening again was to play as often as humanly possible. After racking up 28 events in 2014, he played a staggering 36 PGA Tour events last season, which included a win at the Greenbrier Classic and a string of four top 10s in five events. His world golf ranking, which is calculated on results from the past 24 months, is currently pulling in 66 tournaments, and the 25-year-old has already played 16 events this season, including two stretches of four weeks in a row. Did someone say “burnout”? T HERE are a couple of ways to make pots of money on the PGA Tour. One is to show up every few weeks, post a bunch of top 10s throughout the year and grab a win every now and then, just to remind everyone you can. But not everyone can be Jason Day and Adam Scott. The other way is to play so often that the law of averages wins out – show up enough times and you’re bound to get your game together at least a couple of times throughout the year. They’re the blokes who don’t mind getting down and dirty, week in and week out, in pursuit of rankings points and the almighty golfing dollar. They’re the PGA Tour’s workhorses, and today we acknowledge the men who’ll turn up to anything, anywhere, any time. E
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