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Golf Australia Express : Issue 12
BIG THE IF YOU WERE FRED... POLL HAVE YOUR SAY ON THE STATE OF THE GAME... BRANDT SNEDEKER finished just one place shy of a Presidents Cup berth. The 33-year-old has been in great form this season with a win at The Heritage after a playoff with world No.1 Luke Donald. He’s also had two tied thirds at the Barclays and Deutsche Bank Championship. But he’s yet to play a Presidents or Ryder cup which might work against him in Freddie’s mind. FOR THE most part Bill Haas seemed assured of an automatic ticket to Royal Melbourne after securing two PGA Tour wins in 2010—the Bob Hope Classic and Viking Classic. But the 29-year- old has only managed a pair of seconds this season—albeit it in playoffs—forcing him to slide to 12th on the standings. Probably an outside chance, but you never know. PGA TOUR rookie and major winner Keegan Bradley stands to be the unluckiest if overlooked by Couples. The 25-year- old has two wins this year—the HP Byron Nelson Championship and PGA Championship. He finished 20th on the Presidents Cup standings, but not playing the PGA Tour in 2010 means he has no points carrying over from last season. AND THEN there’s Rickie Fowler. The 22-year-old may be the youngest of this group but he’s the only one with experience when it comes to team golf of this magnitude. Last year he received a captain’s pick from Corey Pavin to represent the US at the Ryder Cup. Fowler birdied the last four holes to halve his singles match and keep his team’s chances alive. Fred Couples has already use one of his Presidents Cup captain’s picks on Tiger Woods. That leaves one. On Tuesday he’ll announce his choice. If you were Fred, which of these four contenders would get the nod? Q It seems more than half of you are about as clueless at predicting golf outcomes as we are.