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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 258
W HEN Adam Scott conquered Augusta National to don the green jacket in 2013, Australia had finally ended its quest of capturing every major championship available to a man or woman. Or so we thought. As impressive and satisfying as the accomplishment may have been, it was short lived, with the Evian Championship becoming the women’s fifth major less than six months later. Four years have now gone by, and golf’s newest major championship continues to elude Australians. It took 79 years, and an incredible performance, for an Australian to finally break through at the Masters. So is the Evian – also played at the one course annually – in danger of becoming our women’s equivalent? Australia’s greatest female golfer, Karrie Webb, came close to dispelling that theory in 2014 when she finished runner-up.
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