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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 241
“It’s been tough. The last month’s been extremely stressful. I’m pleased I’ve played well today, pleased I’ve played well this week,” Poulter said. The 41-year-old also paid tribute to fellow pro Brian Gay, who the discovered the points discrepancy that allowed him to keep his card. “I’ve been given the opportunity. Brian Gay, I mean huge big up there, by the way, for looking into [and] finding the calculation error,” he said. “I felt more pressure on the front nine. I was nervous out there all day, probably understandably so, being in this situation I haven’t been in for a little while. “I would love to have won ... but it’s been a good week.” Kim requires a translator to help him navigate questions from the media pack, but his golf this week did most of the talking for him anyway. Never was that more evident than over those deadly closing holes, when despite facing the same water that had claimed most of his rivals throughout the weekend, he seemingly couldn’t hit it anywhere other than the dead centre of either fairway or green. “I wasn’t nervous at all (at the 17th), because I was leading. I just focused on the middle of the green,” Kim said. “I feel like I’m still dreaming that I won this championship.” With a fresh five-year PGA Tour exemption and three years of direct entry into the Masters, he’ll have plenty of time toletitsinkin. E “I WASN’T NERVOUS AT ALL (AT THE 17TH), BECAUSE I WAS LEADING. I JUST FOCUSED ON THE MIDDLE OF THE GREEN.”
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