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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 215
J UST wait until boom amateur Curtis Luck elects to go pro. The 20-year-old West Australian became only the third Aussie (and joined the likes of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer) to win the US Amateur Championship in August, then saluted at the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship last week. He’ll be at the Masters, and look out for some huge results in 2017. He could be our best amateur prospect since Jason Day. LUCK WILL TURN I T’S easy to forget that it’s been three years since Phil Mickelson’s last tournament victory. It’s the longest drought of his career, which has snuck up on us somewhat, given he’s still playing some very good and very consistent golf. Runner-up three times last season, including at the Open Championship, ‘Lefty’ clearly still has some great golf ahead of him, and if anyone’s offering odds on him rejoining the winner’s list this season, we’d take them. MICKELSON TO MAKE ONE STICK
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