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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 308
CURTIS LUCK (AUSTRALIA) The West Australian – and former World No.1 amateur – recently finished 16th in the Web.com Tour finals series to secure one of the 25 available positions onto the PGA Tour. Luck, who won the US Amateur and Asia-Pacific Amateur in 2016, reached two-under-par at the Safeway Open, missing the cut on the number. But the 22-year-old is taking a philosophical approach to the year. “Technically, I’m doing an apprenticeship; I’ve just clicked over my first year of being a pro,” Luck said recently. “Most people who get to high-paying jobs in regular industries take years, if not decades, to get there. “My family and people around me have given me a realistic view on how long things can take.” CAMERON DAVIS (AUSTRALIA) The defending Australian Open champion punched his ticket onto the PGA Tour for 2018/19 after finishing sixth in the Web.com Tour finals series. Davis, 23, won the Nashville Golf Open Benefitting the Snedeker Foundation and recently told Golf Australia magazine that he was somewhat surprised by his efforts this year. “It has happened very quickly,” said Davis, COVER STORY SUBSCRIBE TODAY and receive either a 2019 valued at $998 each! R DIARY CALENDA
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