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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 255
OUR own Geoff Ogilvy was the bubble boy last week, sitting in 125th spot in the FedEx Cup rankings. But the Aussie showed renewed steel on Sunday, shooting a six-under 29 on the front nine, including a 93-yard hole out for eagle at the 8th, to guarantee himself some post-season action. And now he’s got designs on going deep into the Playoffs, with the Dell Technologies Championship to be played at TPC Boston, where he’s twice been a runner-up. OGILVY FIGHTS ON A DAM Scott will have a place in the FedEx Cup Playoffs, having qualified in 66th spot, but it’s already highly likely he won’t be progressing beyond the first two events. Scott plans to skip the Northern Trust Open and the Dell Technologies Championship in order to be at the birth of his second child, so will almost certainly fall out of the top 70 players that progress to the BMW Championship. I T remains to be seen whether Rory McIlroy will defend his 2016 FedEx Cup crown. The Northern Irishman said after the PGA Championship that he’d likely give it a go, despite a persistent rib injury limiting him in recent weeks. He may not play all four events but is a slim chance to defend at the Dell Technologies. SCOTTY SIGNS OFF MCILROY A MYSTERY
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