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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 281
MASTERS STORIES SERGIO AGAIN Sergio Garcia has experienced an unbelievable year since claiming his maiden major title at The Masters last year. The Spaniard married wife, Angela, in his Green Jacket before welcoming a baby girl, who shares her name with Augusta National’s 13th hole, just a few weeks ago. So Garcia will be hoping for the good times to keep rolling. As he did in 2017, Sergio has already recorded a win this year, as well as three other top-10s. And if he successfully defends his title, he would become only the fourth man to go back-to-back at Augusta, joining Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo and Tiger Woods in the elite club. BUBBA’S TRIPLE Bubba Watson considered retirement during the 2017 season. And things didn’t look much better as he began his 2018 season by sliding outside the top-100 in the world rankings. But with two wins in two starts since February, the two-time Masters champion is now firmly amongst the favourites as he returns to a course that suits his brand of ‘Bubba golf’. Watson’s putting has been a revelation of late, and the 2012 and 2014 champion will like his chances of earning another Green Jacket, joining Jimmy Demaret, Sam Snead, Gary Player, Nick Faldo and Phil Mickelson as a three-time winner.
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