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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 281
MASTERS STORIES ASIA’S MAJOR With nine players from Asian countries in the field, this year’s Masters shapes as one of the continent’s best chances to claim a second men’s major, even with the top-ranked Asian player, Hideki Matsuyama, searching for form after an injury break. Shubhankar Sharma, Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Haotong Li have all won European Tour events already in 2018 – and are first, second and seventh on the Race to Dubai rankings respectively. Si Woo Kim is the defending Players Champion, while Matsuyama seems to find another gear once he drives down Magnolia Lane. C’MON AUSSIE After a good week at the WGC Match Play, Cameron Smith became the fourth Australian in the field, joining Jason Day, Marc Leishman and Adam Scott. The Australian chances are good, with Smith’s last 12 months including PGA Tour and Australian PGA wins. Day is back in form and is a former major champion. While Leishman, like Day, loves the Alister MacKenzie layout, and looks more and more comfortable on the biggest stage. Despite his game showing signs of a resurgence, Scott arrives with the worst world ranking of his career when teeing it up at The Masters. But as a past champion, he can’t be discounted.
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