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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 318
COVER SIMON HAWKES The defending champion added two further top-five finishes to his record for season 2018 and eventually finished eighth on the Australian Order of Merit. Hawkes, who recently turned 30, managed to cling onto the title last year after defeating the up-and-coming Harrison Endycott on the first hole of a sudden death play-off. Despite winning $117,000 for his efforts, Hawkes was more concerned about the future status the victory would give him on his home circuit. “It guarantees me a job for the next three years is what it does,” said the Tasmanian, who could he become the first player to go back-to-back here since Stephen Leaney*. *Leaney won in 1995 and 1997, with no tournament played in 1996. KARIS DAVIDSON The Scottish-born 20-year-old, who finished runner-up to Minjee Lee here last year, is one of Australia’s most exciting young professionals ... Yet she continues to fly under the radar of the wider golfing public. Davidson will return to Barwon Heads with much more experience than she had last year after a steady season in Japan – and she is obviously talented enough to be considered a serious contender who could ultimately topple the likes of Minjee Lee and Georgia Hall.
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