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Golf Australia Express : Issue 22
BIG Q THE WHO’S THIRSTIEST? POLL HAVE YOUR SAY ON THE STATE OF THE GAME... GOLF’S (FORMER) billion- dollar man ended a career-long winless streak of 107 weeks when he won the Chevron World Challenge in December. But as an unofficial PGA Tour event, the 14-time major winner remains without a ‘W’ on the PGA Tour since the 2009 BMW Championship. The former world No.1 is in search of his 72nd PGA Tour title and after a third place at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, he might not have to wait long. CHARISMATIC CALIFORNIAN Rickie Fowler is great for golf. The chilled 23-year-old’s flamboyance is helping the PGA Tour break new ground and appeal to a wider audience. But the 2010 Rookie of the Year has his own unchartered territory to conquer—a PGA Tour title. A six- shot win over Rory McIlroy at the Korea Open in October showed he’s got the game. Time to bring that form to the PGA Tour, and as far as OTG’s concerned, we can’t wait for that day. Go Rickie. LEFTY IS a prolific winner on the PGA Tour. Has been for a couple decades.His victory at the Houston Open in April made it 39 wins on the US tour alone. But at 41 years of age, could the four-time major winner be entering the twilight of his career? A fan-favourite who’ll be inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in May, Phil the Thrill has always been a gutsy performer. Don’t be surprised if the Tour veteran records his 40th PGA title in the near future. NORTHERN IRELAND’S Rory McIlroy will play in more PGA Tour events than ever before this season. The 22-year-old has committed to a full-time PGA Tour schedule, and we expect he’ll have plenty of chances to taste victory around the States. After his dominating performance to win the US Open at Congressional last year, it’s likely we’ll see the world No.2 add to his two PGA Tour wins in the near future. The question is, will he get there first? Their ages span three decades. They’re in different stages of their careers and one even stands on the wrong side of the ball. But they all share a thirst to win. So who’ll be first to quench theirs this season? TIGER RORY PHIL RICKIE