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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 262
T HIS season shapes as a pivotal one for Rory McIlroy, who, after winning last year’s Tour Championship and securing the FedEx Cup, turned in his first winless season since 2008. Once predicted by Jack Nicklaus to win 15 to 20 majors, the Northern Irishman currently sits on four and has now gone three years without one. He’s a long, long way from the fearless kid who attacked the Tour with such fervour early in his career. At 27, he’s got plenty of time (and talent) on his side, but the competition isn’t getting any easier and he needs to find some semblance of consistency. T HE Tour could be about to conquer one of golf’s last uncharted frontiers, with Marty Dou [left] and Xinjun Zhang [right] the first Chinese-born players to secure a PGA Tour card, via the web.com Tour. It’s a landmark moment for the sport. The presence of two Chinese players in 2018 will be enormous, and it’d be a wonderful thing if one of them manages to pull off a victory. Zhang already has a T-37 at the Safeway Open under his belt, proving he feels more than comfortable out there. MAKE OR BREAK FOR McILROY TRULY A GLOBAL GAME
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