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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 313
COVER STORY on the world’s leading circuit, either, making three of four cuts and finding himself ranked 13th and 10th on Tour for his driving distance (319.1 yards) and putting average (1.667/hole) respectively. Adding to the challenge of defending his first professional victory, however, will be the effects of the long journey home from the Mayakoba Classic in Mexico, where he finished T48. But Davis, who is skipping the RSM Classic this week, said it was always an easy choice to return home. “At this stage in my career it’s very tough to give up any starts (on the PGA Tour),” said Davis, who continues to use an Australian 20 cent piece to mark his ball. “But for me it wasn’t too difficult a decision ... I want make a point of coming back home every year. I mean, I’ve grown up just wanting to be a part of that golf tournament ... and the Australian PGA as well.” Davis’ patriotism means that the event at least has its defending champion, as three of Australia’s highest-ranked players – Jason Day,
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