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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 209
YOU might not know who Andrew Loupe is, but there’s a flag at Quail Hollow that does. The world No. 155 turned in one of the best performances of his career with a T-4 at the Wells Fargo earlier this year, and his cause was aided when he flopped a 90-footer at the par-5 7th hole so accurately it took a little piece of the cup on the way through. MISSING the green on a par-3 is no cause for concern when you can hit a high flop like this one from J.B. Holmes, which secured him a birdie on his way to a tie for sixth place at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. IF THERE’S one thing Jim Furyk knows, it’s how to get things done around the green. Consistently ranked in the top 10 on the PGA Tour for strokes gained: around the green, the ageing American gave us a little reminder of his short game prowess at last year’s WGC-Cadillac, with a sublime flop for birdie at the par-3 5th. WE ALL find ourselves with a tree squarely in our path at times (usually followed by a severely ill-fated attempt to hoist the ball over it). But when you’re Ryan Moore and you’re comfortable laying your clubface back until it’s almost horizontal, and then taking a full swing, anything’s possible. ANDREW LOUPE 2016 WELLS FARGO CHAMPIONSHIP J.B. HOLMES 2016 PHOENIX OPEN JIM FURYK 2015 WGC CADILLAC CHAMPIONSHIP RYAN MOORE 2015 NORTHERN TRUST OPEN WATCH THE SHOT HERE WATCH THE SHOT HERE WATCH THE SHOT HERE WATCH THE SHOT HERE
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