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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 315
stopped him broaching the subject with team captain Ernie Els. “If I play good golf, I’ll probably qualify anyway, if I don’t play good golf I won’t qualify and I probably don’t deserve to get picked,” he said. “I spoke to him (Els) at Fiji, then I saw him again at the Dunhill, just caught up with him. I said to him from the start, ‘I’m not asking for a spot in the team, but if there is any way you think I can better my chances of getting in, tell me, because I’m really keen to play. If it’s go and play an event here or there or whatever it is, just speak to me about it’.” The Australian PGA at Royal Pines wasn’t likely to be on the list of tournaments to play from Els, but there was no chance the South African would have had any success convincing Herbert to skip this week and his only chance to play at home, after he was forced to miss the Australian Open two weeks ago. Lucas admitted to mixed feelings and second thoughts when his good play at the Portugal Masters earnt him a start at the limited field Turkish Airlines Open – and a likely place in Dubai – held the same week as the event which launched his recent success in 2017. The Neangar Park Golf Club product once again thought beyond his own self-interest when COVER STORY The 2017 Australian Open offered Herbert a confidence-boosting insight.
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