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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 252
CONSISTENCY hasn’t been young Justin Thomas’ friend this year. His win at the Sony Open marked his third victory in six starts, but his next 13 tournaments have yielded six missed cuts, including his past three outings. At the Open Championship it was a second-round 80 that undid him and he now finds himself on the slide. Thomas was tied for 33rd in his only previous appearance at Firestone (2016), and he’ll need to show more than that if he wants to start thinking about rescuing the rest of his season. W HENEVER we talk about who to throw a few cheeky dollars on, Charl Schwartzel’s name always comes up, as you know he’ll be due for a big one at some point. But that point is yet to arrive this year, with the South African winless and with four missed cuts from 14 events. He was third at the Masters and came close at the FedEx St. Jude Classic, but with 11 wins worldwide in the last seven years, it’s time to make another one stick. Schwartzel was T-7 here last year after starting the day level with eventual winner Dustin Johnson. JUSTIN THOMAS CHARL SCHWARTZEL
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