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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 315
A s the words came out of his mouth it felt as though proud Aussie Lucas Herbert had misspoke when we caught up at Metropolitan last week. “To be honest, I don’t really care how I play when I come back to Australia,” he said. But the pause that followed was merely the soon to be 23-year-old carefully choosing how to finish his thought on playing at home for the first time since February at this week’s Australian PGA Championship on the Gold Coast. “It’s just the fact that I am here and supporting Australian golf and making sure that everyone sees me play back here,” Herbert continued. “And hopefully at some point I’m top-10 in the world and everyone sees me play on TV and everyone gets a chance to watch me when I come back here and play in some of the Australian events.” Despite readily admitting he is not yet at the level to raise gate takings when teeing it up in his homeland, Herbert has just come off his best year as a professional to date. And having fallen ill in Dubai at the DP World Tour Championship, in part due to fatigue, it would have been tempting to start the Christmas break early and look towards the lucrative events in COVER STORY
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