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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 317
9: THE YOUNG STARS Lucas Herbert and Cameron Davis will continue to make their marks in Europe and the United States respectively as they both record breakthrough victories. Herbert, who grew up in Bendigo, enjoyed an immense debut season on the European Tour in 2018 and proved it was no fluke with his recent effort in Dubai, where he eventually finished T7. Davis, meanwhile, who won the Australian Open in 2017, is still only 23 as he begins his first full season on the PGA Tour, where he has made five of seven cuts. COVER Story 8: DROUGHT BREAKER Minjee Lee will become the first Australian woman to taste major glory since Karrie Webb won the Kraft Nabisco Championship in 2006. The Perth product posted two victories and 14 top-10s in 2018 and won the Greg Norman Medal as the top Australian golfer of the year. During her acceptance speech, Lee told ‘The Shark’ that her goal for 2019 was to win majors and rise to World No.1. The 22-year-old can only boast three previous top-10s at the majors from 21 appearances. But she will break into the major-winner’s circle at the Women’s British Open and jostle with Ariya Jutanugarn and Sung Hyun Park throughout the season for World No.1 honours.
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