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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 276
COVER STORY chase down Woods and his 18 WGC victories, it will be Dustin Johnson – who will find himself one step closer should he successfully defend his title in Mexico this week at a course he so clearly enjoys. “The first time I played the course I liked it,” Johnson said of the relatively short 6,703-metre layout at Golf de Chapultepec. The course lies on the outskirts of Mexico City and sits at a much higher altitude than most stops for the PGA Tour. This led to players averaging an extra 15 yards per club last year and Johnson was consistently clearing 320 metres off the tee, which led to excessive looks at birdie. “Around this golf course, anything can happen,” Johnson said. “Every hole is kind of a birdie hole. It just all depends on who's rolling in the putts.” When asked whether he thought he could catch Woods and his WGC record, Johnson, blasé as ever, responded: “He's got a lot, but yeah, I'm going to try ... I try to win every tournament.” The Tiger chase resumes on Thursday – and it would be a bold prediction to suggest Johnson won’t defend and reduce the margin to 12 titles. E
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