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Golf Australia Express : Issue 28
...who to watch ERNIE ELS (-10) TIGER WOODS (-9) WITHTWO holes to go at the Transitions last week, ‘Big Easy’ was poised to win for the first time on the PGA Tour in two years. That was until a bogey-bogey finish dropped himintoatiefor5th.ButhewasNo.1in greens in regulation last week indicating he’s striking the ball beautifully and he’s won Arnies event at Bay Hill twice. He needs a win to secure himself a spot in The Masters. AFTER CHOOSING a bloke not even in the field last week, I reckon my chances of picking a winner this time around are slightly better. (What a muppet I am). Short of rolling his ankle in the carpark and pulling out, Tiger Woods is a strong chance to claim his first official 'W' since 2009 this week. His track record at Bay Hill is phenomenal— he's won here six times—and it was the scene in 2009 of one of his most dramatic wins ever. If Tigger can stay fit, I really fancy his chances of making it seven wins at Arnie's track, while ticking a major box in the lead-up to The Masters. Who’ll Win The Arnold Palmer Invitational? Post your tip and winning score on our Facebook page. The first correct answer wins a dozen Dixon Earth golf balls valued at $49. Boom. Sambo’s Pick Shooter’s Pick Your Pick? What’s happening on the PGA Tour this week PEEK THE