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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 315
COVER STORY that experience. And I guess I feel like all the Australians get behind Adam Scott the most because, some part of it has to be, he comes back so much, not as many guys get behind Jason (Day) because we just don’t see him. I think it’s pretty important to have a strong following from your home country and I think the best way to do that is by coming back and play our events to give back to Australian golf.” Day is a constant topic when it comes to golf in this country – and while his appearances in recent years have been few and far between, his last visit for the 2017 Australian Open was an important learning curve for Herbert, who played the final two rounds alongside the former World No.1. “Probably the Aussie Open last year when I played with Jason that kind of changed a lot for me. From trying to work hard to get to be a world-class player to sort of seeing I was a lot closer to it and having a lot more confidence and belief. I’d say that has probably been the biggest difference,” Herbert said of what has changed most in the past 12 months. I really enjoyed watching those guys play the big events, so I know what it’s like and it was quite recent for me to be on the other side of that experience. Adam Scott’s commitment to Australian golf has inspired Herbert to follow suit.
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