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Golf Australia Express : Issue 5
THIS WEEK is ‘W’ week. So it goes to reason that a ‘W’ will win and add a ‘W’ to their career stats at the WGC. Wow. Confused yet? Take your pick: Wilson, Watson, Westwood, Woodland or Watney—each one of these Ws has a real chance to win at Firestone. Each one has at least one win on the US or European tour this year. Mark Wilson has won twice, as has Bubba Watson, who’s been in threatening form of late. Lee Westwood’s currently No.2 in the world and will be thereabouts on Sunday. And don’t forget about American Nick Watney. The 29-year-old took out the WGC-Cadillac Championship and more recently the AT&T National. But it’s the return of another Big W—the biggest of them all—that we’re tipping to turn heads at the year’s third WGC event. His name is Woods. Tiger Woods. The former World No.1 is going to make a return to the winner’s circle and take out his eighth Bridgestone Invitational this week. There, we said it. Woods confirmed last week that he’ll be returning to competitive golf at Firestone after a three-month lay-off with an Achilles injury. And he’ll turn up with a new spring in his step and a new caddie in tow after sacking bagman Steve Williams, the other W in his formerly dominating camp. Hey who knows, it might just be the change he’s been looking for. THE PLAYERS What’s happening on the men’s tour this week PEEK THE Who to watch this weekend “Not making bogeys onaSundayisa good feeling.” —2010 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational winner Hunter Mahan