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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 242
T HE king of the late bloomers, 38-year-old Jimmy Walker moved to Texas with his family as a young man and played collegiate golf for Baylor University in Waco. Walker waited 187 events to have his first PGA Tour victory in 2013 but has since had five more, including his home state’s Valero Texas Open in 2015, and he became a major winner at last year’s PGA Championship. W HAT Byron Nelson’s career lacked in length it made up for in impact, with his 12-year stretch as a professional yielding 64 wins, including five majors. Born in Waxahachie, Nelson retired to his Texas ranch in his early-mid 30s and remained in the state until his death in 2006, aged 94. JIMMY WALKER BYRON NELSON
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