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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 319
COVER WORDS: JIMMY EMANUEL HOW VERY EUROPEAN THE EUROPEAN TOUR UNQUESTIONABLY SECOND TO THE PGA TOUR, BOTH IN MONEY AND WORLD RANKING OFFERINGS. BUT THE OLD WORLD TOUR DOES LEAD ITS AMERICAN COUNTERPART IN ITS WILLINGNESS TO TRY NEW THINGS. THIS WEEK’S WORLD SUPER 6 PERTH IS ONE OF THE PRIME EXAMPLES OF THE EUROPEAN TOUR GETTING IT RIGHT. A s a general rule, the cosmopolitan people of Europe are considered to be progressive, so it should perhaps come as no surprise that the golf circuit based there is similarly more willing than most others to evolve. The European Tour has come along in leaps and bounds under the stewardship of CEO Keith Pelley, with innovative events, increased co-sanctioning with other Tours and more player involvement just some of the changes that have allowed it to make up ground on the behemoth that is the PGA Tour. Alongside the introduction of last year’s Shot Clock Masters, GolfSixes and last week’s co-sanctioning of the Vic Open, this week’s World Super 6 Perth is one of the varied formats the Tour has introduced to capture the attention of the
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