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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 244
O K, SO this selection might be controversial seeing as he’s been great ‘this season' but ordinary ‘this year’. Yet considering he was almost untouchable in the closing weeks of 2016, Hideki Matsuyama has been barely a shadow of that player so far this year. He won the Phoenix Open in February but hasn’t recorded a top 10 result in his seven outings since, including a T-45 at the Memorial Tournament at the weekend. Only his missed cuts at last year’s Memorial Tournament, US Open and Open Championship, for which he recorded no points, will prevent a rankings slide in the coming weeks. Matsuyama is an absolute star and could be a real dominant force on Tour, so we’re treating his performances a little more harshly. Sorry, Hideki. R EWIND 12 months and Jason Day was firmly entrenched as the world’s No.1 player having just secured The Players Championship amid a string of victories and top 10 results. But his second-place finish at the recent AT&T Byron Nelson has been all but the lone highlight of Day’s year so far, with his own form and concerns about his mother’s health preventing him playing his best golf. He has dropped back to the pack. Can he get back? HIDEKI MATSUYAMA JASON DAY
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