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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 304
Se Ri Pak is another story altogether. Her achievements and what they’ve meant to Asia have helped the region become the fastest-growing continent in world golf. We, of course, have the well-publicised rise of the South Koreans, who continue to dominate the pointy end of the world rankings. But we also have the Jutanugarns of Thailand and Shanshan Feng of China, with plenty more waiting in the wings. When the world rankings were introduced 12 years ago there were only three players from Asia scraping into the top-10. As of today there are only three players inside the top-10 without Asian heritage. So there’s no doubting the competition is stiff. It’s harder than ever to conquer the majors and only one player – Ariya Jutanugarn – has won multiple major titles in the past three years. Another side to the argument is that Lee gets stage fright. There’s growing concern she struggles to close out tournaments – and it stems from her tendency to throw in one poor round whenever she looks close to winning. Her recent results are prime examples. Lee finished fourth at the Portland Classic two weeks ago but shot a five-over-par 77 in the final round. While it was a similar story four COVER STORY
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