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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 251
N O PLAYER can get his ball into the hole quicker from around the green than Jordan Spieth. There are players over the years who have been blessed with great short games, but Spieth has the uncanny knack of holing chips and bunker shots with great regularity. His chip-in to save par on the 10th on Friday – when the weather was building to its atrocious, miserable best – was a defining moment in this major. His legend for such shots is gaining such momentum now that whenever he’s faced with a chip or bunker shot you feel he’s going to make it. And then there’s the putting. The eagle putt on 15 on the final day, the birdie putt a hole later – more proof Spieth is a freak. A DAM Scott ended his Open campaign with a 3-under 67 to finish in the top-25 and feels his game has progressed from his poor performance at the US Open. “My game is pretty good ... really good three- round golfer at the moment. Senior Tour is just calling my name,” he quipped. “My game's in good shape. I keep finishing OK and I know that's not far from contending. It's very little things at the moment. I'm happy with how my putting has felt after putting so poorly at the US Open – it's back to a nice spot. So for me that's obviously a huge thing for confidence. “If I can just keep my swinging rhythm a little better, I'll be in great shape for Akron and then the PGA.” we learned... SCOTTY IS A WORK IN PROGRESS we learned... SPIETH'S SHORT GAME IS SPECIAL
GA Express 250
GA Express 252