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Golf Australia Express : Issue 18
TIGER WOODS ROBERT ALLENBY BILL HAAS AARON BADDELEY POINTS WON: 2 WIN-LOSS-HALVE: 2-3-0 SUMMARY: Had an unwelcome to Royal when annihilated 7&6 by Choi and Scott on Thursday. Played better than the stats would suggest. Burnt the edge of the hole all day Saturday then found it convincingly on Sunday. Best of the captains’ picks. POINTS WON: 1.5 WIN-LOSS-HALVE: 1-3-1 SUMMARY: A bit like Kuch. His three losses came down to the wire—his stats could easily have read 4 wins, 1 loss. Haas played some of the most consistent golf of the week and worked out Royal’s subtleties quicker than most. POINTS WON: 1.5 WIN-LOSS-HALVE: 1-3-1 SUMMARY: Was picked for his intimate knowledge of Royal Melbourne’s course, so to get just 1.5 points from 5 is a poor return for the Shark. Probably played better than that would suggest but did throw away an opportunity on Day 1 with the worst swing of the week. POINTS WON: 0 WIN-LOSS-HALVE: 0-4-0 SUMMARY: The less said the better. Lost all 4 matches by big margins. Never looked like winning a point. His local knowledge of the course accounted for, well, nothing. With an overall PC record of 8 wins, 17 losses and 3 halves, Allenby’s surely played his last match for the Internationals.