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COVER STORY required around the Oakleigh South layout. “It’s a not a golf course where you can just hit driver whenever you want so the strategy aspect of it will be fun,” Stanley said. “It’s a course where you have to think you way around, especially with the alternate shot format.” THAILAND Good friends Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Prom Meesawat – nicknamed the ‘Big Dolphin’ for his size and love of water – could seriously threaten to cause something of an upset by winning Thailand its first World Cup. Aphibarnrat, ranked 39th on the OWGR, recently became the first Thai member of the PGA Tour and proceeded to finish fourth at the WGC-HSBC Champions in October. The 29-year-old could have called upon young gun Jazz Janewattananond or his 2016 partner Thongchai Jaidee – but instead opted to fly the flag with Meesawat, whose father, Suthep, also represented the Kingdom in the Cup. The Big Dolphin, who has won twice on the Asian Tour, was ecstatic to be selected by Aphibarnrat. “We played a lot of golf together and we’ve said we must partner together in a team event at least once,” Meesawat said. “So when he asked me to play in the World Cup of Golf, it was really nice to hear that. “I’m so happy to be picked by him. We grew up together, had the same coach, have been good friends for a long time. Our families are also very close.” 0409 237 002 www.tascoachlines.com.au Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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