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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 218
“Now you’re an Australian athlete, and that’s a key cultural shift.” A propensity to shelter younger Australian golfers from higher programs had also prevented many from reaching their full potential, he says. The true success of Golf Australia’s new direction won’t be known for years, but the early signs already point to more Aussies making waves at the highest level. “I remember in 2013-14 they said, ‘Oh, you’re getting some great results’, and I said, ‘Look, the fruits of the program won’t be shown for another five, 10 years, maybe 15 years’ time when these athletes are out there competing on the international stage,” James says. “Minjee Lee was one of the first athletes in our program, and Minjee was 13 at the time. You’re really just starting to see the fruits of that program in her results now, and that’s five, six years down the track.” The last couple of hours of the Asia- Pacific Amateur Championship tells you everything you need to know about why Luck has all the tools to one day match it with the world’s best. www.yarrayarra.com.au In Tom Doak’s ‘Confidential Guide’, a review of the architecture of the best courses in the world, the four par 3s at Yarra Yarra are rated seventh (the only course in this category in the Southern Hemisphere). The 11th hole, described by Peter Thomson as a ‘national treasure’, is invariably in the experts’ collections of the best 18 holes in Australia. MINJEE LEE, ONCE A GOLF AUSTRALIA HIGH PERFORMANCE SQUAD MEMBER, IS ALREADY A THREE-TIME WINNER ON THE LPGA TOUR.
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