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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 317
3: SCOTT’S RESURGENCE Having fallen as low as 82nd on the Official World Golf Ranking last year, Adam Scott will finish the year as World No.10 thanks to his 14th victory on the PGA Tour and another near miss at The Open Championship. The former World No.1 will tribute his resurgence to his drastic improvement on the greens and will commit to the Australian Summer of golf having missed it entirely in 2018. 2: MAJOR DECHAMBEAU This mightn’t sound like the boldest prediction given he has won four titles from his last nine starts ... But Bryson DeChambeau has never posted anything better than T15 (2016 U.S. Open) from his 10 starts at the majors. The 25-year-old Californian won low amateur honours at The Masters in 2016 (T21) – and his best opportunity to break into the major-winner’s circle this year could very well come at Augusta National in April. COVER Story
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GA Express 318