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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 225
A USTRALIANS love a winner, and Jason Day won plenty in 2016. No, he didn’t add a second major to his 2015 PGA Championship title, but for five weeks early in the year he was just about untouchable, adding three PGA Tour titles to his tally and firmly cementing his place as the best player in the world. He had back-to-back wins at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and WGC-Dell Match Play, snagged two top 10s at his next three starts and then won again at The Players. Injury curtailed his season yet again, but 10 top 10s in 20 events is the best we’re likely to see from an Australian for some time. AUSTRALIAN OF THE YEAR: JASON DAY COMPETITION was hot in this category, with Australia’s rising group of young amateurs taking the world by storm in 2016. WA golfer Luck is a deserved winner, however, after joining an illustrious list of name in capturing the US Amateur title, adding the Asia Pacific Championship as part of the Aussie team, and also collecting the WA Open. He’s made the brave decision to remain an amateur in 2017 and accept invitations to the Masters, US Open and Open Championship, but a very, very bright professional future awaits. YOUNG AUSTRALIAN OF THE YEAR: CURTIS LUCK
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