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Golf Australia Express : Issue 21
What’s happening on the PGA Tour’this week PEEK WHO’LL RISE IN PHOENIX? Waste Management Phoenix Open February 2-5, 2012 TPC Scottsdale, Arizona, USA Purse US$6,100,000 Defending Champ: Mark Wilson (USA) WHO TO WATCH THIS WEEK MARK WILSON (USA) WEBB SIMPSON (USA) W CHECK OUT SOME OF THE MEMORABLE MOMENTS FROM THE PHOENIX OPEN OVER THE YEARS. strengthen Mark Wilson’s case this week, the 37-year-old is fresh from a two-shot win at the Humana Challenge the past fortnight. With each of his five PGA titles coming in the first quarter, history shows us Wilson plays his best golf in this part of the season. He led greens-in-regulation stat last year at TPC Scottsdale, so look for him to be in the mix on Sunday. HEN CONSIDERING hopefuls, the defending champ is always a good place to start. And to W instrumental role in the US Presidents Cup win. And with a T3 finish at the PGA Tour’s season opening event at Kapalua, it’s apparent the game’s biggest improver won’t be a one-year wonder. This is Simpson’s first start since a T38 at the Sony Open a few weeks ago—he hasn’t gone without a top 10 in consecutive starts since June. Keep an eye on him to weave some of that magic. OTG EBB SIMPSON continues to impress. His breakout season on Tour included playing an THE