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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 314
THINGS FIVE Five things were learned at the BY BRENDAN JAMES ANCER IS TOP-50 BOUND Anyone who ventured out to The Lakes and got the opportunity to watch Australian Open Champion Abraham Ancer live, could not have left the course without being impressed with what they saw. The Texan-born Mexican is a break from the mould of most US PGA Tour players. He doesn’t bomb the ball huge distances, instead he works his shots in different directions and favours a slightly lower, more piercing ball flight than many of his US Tour colleagues. Prior to hoisting the Stonehaven Cup, the 27-year-old had won just once since turning professional in 2013. But two top-10s on the PGA Tour in the past month and now this victory have him fast-tracking to a world ranking inside the top-50 within the next few months. Victory at The Lakes is expected to see him jump at least 34 spots from his current rank at No.96. He hopes he can emulate the likes of Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy, who followed up their respective Australian Open wins with a major AUSTRALIAN OPEN 1
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