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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 295
Knox, in just two weeks, has played eight rounds in 20 under, finished T2 and 1st and collected €1,449,685 (A$2.28 million) to storm into fifth place in the Race to Dubai. He’s also now very much in the discussion for Ryder Cup selection. Having reached No.18 in the world in 2016, most of the past two years was a struggle for Knox, who believes he tried too hard to crack a spot in the top-10 and it proved to be his undoing. “Golf’s hard. I got up to 18 in the world. I saw how good a place that was and I think I tried to get better too quickly,” he said in the wake of his Irish Open victory. “I’ve kind of preached to myself and younger players my whole career that you just kind of get better slowly without almost forcing it without trying to get better. “You just naturally evolve as a golfer. I think I got to the point where I was really close to being right where I wanted to be, top-10 in the world, and I just pushed too hard and I got worse. COVER STORY
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