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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 261
A shake-up at the top seems sensible, with Price now having failed to lead the Internationals to victory three times. Of course, the teams are always at the mercy of the form the players arrive in, however the announcement the 2019 event will be held in December – to coincide with our summer of golf – presents a rare opportunity for some genuine reconnaissance and pre- tournament practice and bonding for the home squad. Arriving a couple of weeks out, practising together and creating the sense of camaraderie that was the cornerstone of the USA’s Ryder Cup renaissance (and subsequent Presidents Cup success) should be at the top of each player’s priority list. In the wake of this week’s loss, the Australians said they hoped the timing would lend itself to a better performance, as well as attract the kind of rabid support the Yanks have enjoyed on their home courses. “It would be nice if the crowds could really, really get behind us,” Leishman said. “The Americans got a lot of support (in New Jersey); they were big crowds. It was almost a football crowd.” “I feel like if we could have that in Australia, that might benefit us.” Looking at the most recent performances, it appears the Internationals are going to need a lot more than just barracking to right this sinking ship. E “I DON’T KNOW WHAT THE RECIPE IS. THIS IS MY THIRD TIME DOING IT, AND I HAVEN’T FOUND IT.” – Nick Price
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