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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 275
newspaper in a 1986 Masters preview, the description helping to fuel the ‘Golden Bear’s’ fire en route to his sixth Masters and record 18th major win. If Fowler is to transform from popular player to regular winner and major champion it seems the need to develop a harder edge could prove the difference, and he need look no further than two of his closest mates on Tour. Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas are both friendly and popular players like Fowler, but both possess a more obvious competitive edge and willingness to step on the throat of an opponent on the way to victory than their Spring Break companion. Spieth’s play goes to another level when faced with big moments and has no problem taking down a friend or former teammate in the process. At The Open at Royal Birkdale last year, the former World No.1 went head- to-head with Matt Kuchar, a past teammate who like Fowler is considered one of the nicest men on Tour. And while Spieth acknowledged watching Kuchar console his family after the loss was difficult he showed him no mercy COVER STORY WATCH: RICKIE FOWLER SHOOT 61 TO WIN THE HERO CHALLENGE. ►
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