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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 222
Only Holman knows what lies between him and a return to last summer’s career- best form. It’s a battle that faces so many young stars when they achieve success earlier than predicted, but it’s one for which those behind the scene say he’s well and truly prepared. Conversely, though, his current struggles mean that a young man saddled with “defending champion” status can approach the tournament with few expectations and – just like in 2015 – with nothing to lose. “I always look forward to coming home to play the Australian summer of golf. This year even more so being the defending champion of the Australian PGA Championship,” Holman said. “I will come back with added confidence knowing what it takes to win around Royal Pines and the experience of having done it before.” “It’s going to be a highlight of my year, defending the Aussie PGAandIfeellikeIwillbeabletoputin another good performance.” Given last year’s come-from-nowhere success at a course that clearly agrees with him, there’s no reason why Holman can’t surprise a few people again. But last year, of course, he didn’t have to contend with world No.7 Adam Scott, or Scott’s World Cup playing partner Marc Leishman, who’s also hanging around to play at Royal Pines.
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