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who finished 34th on the secondary tour’s money list. “I’ve had plenty of good weeks throughout the year ... It’s kind of strange because I’ve had a couple of weeks where everything went my way but it didn’t feel like the sort of year that would put me on the PGA Tour. But when you play well at the right time and things go your way, the opportunities come.” The Sydneysider, who finished 39th at The Open Championship at Carnoustie in July, has started his PGA Tour career very well, sharing 17th place at the season-opening Safeway Open over the weekend. KIRADECH APHIBARNRAT (THAILAND) The popular Thai is already a household name. But his reputation is likely to grow after he COVER STORY became the first Thai player to earn playing rights on the world’s leading professional circuit. Aphibarnrat earned his card through the non-member category after his top-five finishes at the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship and WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. The 29-year-old will kick off his season at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia after receiving a sponsor’s exemption and is eager to return to TPC Kuala Lumpur, where he won the Malaysian Open in 2013. “I am very thankful to receive a sponsor’s exemption and it will motivate me further as it is held on a golf course which I am very familiar with and have enjoyed success there over the years,” Aphibarnrat said. CAMERON CHAMP (USA) He possesses one of the best sporting names on the planet – and it’s one you should probably get used to hearing because he fits the mould
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