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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 252
I T’S stating the bleeding obvious to say Danny Willett needs to fire up here. It’s a sign of how things are travelling for the 2016 Masters champion that a 76th place finish at the Open Championship is a step in the right direction, simply because he made the cut. After three withdrawals and five missed cuts this year, the man who 12 months ago was ranked inside the world’s top 10 is in freefall. But he was tied for 17th in 2015 at Firestone, so it’s not like a decent showing is beyond the realms of possibility. I T SEEMS as though Jimmy Walker is disappearing from the pan just as quickly as he flashed into it. The late bloomer has had an ordinary year, with one top-10 in 17 starts – a tie for ninth at his first event of the year, the Sony Open. His lapse is understandable considering he has been battling Lyme disease ¬– an illness that presents with flu-like symptoms. Now on the mend, history says Walker could come from nowhere and start winning again. Last week he found himself in Europe for the first time in years in a bid to turn things around. All is not well, and the 38-year-old needs to find the youthful, 36-year-old version of himself, and quickly. JIMMY WALKER DANNY WILLETT
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