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2championship victory the following year. “I feel like it (the Open win) would give me some confidence, for sure,” he said. “I feel like I’ve been playing some good, solid golf for the last seven months, some really good golf, and just haven’t really been able to win a tournament, but I feel like the game is there. “Obviously it will give me confidence, and hopefully it will propel my career like it did for Spieth and McIlroy when they came through this event.” INSPIRATION COMES IN MANY FORMS Abraham Ancer’s victory has the potential to inspire Mexican kids to take up golf. But the most inspiring moments at The Lakes Golf Club came in the Australian All-Abilities Championship, which saw 12 golfers with a disability compete on the same course, under the same tournament conditions as players in the Open Sweden’s Johan Kammerstad, who has a difference in leg length, claimed the 54-hole event by 10 strokes. He extended his overnight lead with a tournament-best round one over 73 that included five birdies. Diminutive Irishman Brendan Lawlor, who was born with a rare genetic disorder known as FIVE THINGS
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