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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 194
PATRICK REED doesn’t need to play every week. As the world number 12 and a four-time PGA Tour winner, he could quite easily swan across the States, playing whenever he feels the urge. But Reed doesn’t know when to quit, and has averaged 27 events in each of the last two seasons. This year he’s already appeared 14 times, including eight top 10s, taking his two-year tally to 61 events. If you had average winnings of $113,000 every time you stepped out on course, you’d probably keep showing up, too. IT’S safe to say that DANIEL BERGER couldn’t possibly keep up his current tournament appearance rate as his career rolls on. But when you’re 22 and enjoying your second year on the PGA Tour, why not? Berger’s first PGA Tour season last year saw him play 31 events, bagged him a couple of runner- up finishes and just over $3 million in prizemoney. Admittedly he had the weekend off 14 times, but that’s still 31 weeks on the road. This year he’s already added another 15 tournaments to his tally – around the same number that Adam Scott tends to play for the entire season. TONY FINAU is wasting no time after securing his PGA Tour card last season. The American put together a schedule that included 31 events in his debut year, from which he managed five top 10s and a couple of million in prizemoney. But you know what they say: if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Finau has already played 15 tournaments this year and won his maiden PGA Tour title at the Puerto Rico Open, and if you include his final handful of events on the Web.com Tour, the 26-year-old has amassed 62 tournament starts over the past two years.
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