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Golf Australia Express : Issue 39
A NTHONY KIM’S PGA Tour career appears at a crossroad. The three-time Tour winner—winless since claiming the 2010 Houston Open—seems a shadow of his former self, sitting way down at No.218 on the money list. From 10 starts this season the Californian has finished in the money just twice, with a tie for 42nd at the Honda Classic his best result. AK’s averaging 73.15 a round— nearly two and half shots worse than 2011 and nearly four shots worse than his 2008 breakout season. When he joined the PGA Tour, Kim was tagged as one of golf’s young guns and started with a bang, collecting two wins in 2008. At 22 years of age he won his maiden event at the Wachovia Championship setting a new event record at 16-under along the way. And when he backed that up at the AT&T National, he became the first American under 25 to win twice in a year on the PGA Tour since Tiger Woods in 2000. He moved to No.6 in world rankings and was an integral part of the ’08 US Ryder Cup team. But since winning the 2010 Houston Open, Kim has been plagued by injury. There’s no doubt he’s one of the most talented golfers out there. But unless he can get his body and mind in sync pronto, he’ll need a medical exemption just to stay on Tour in 2013. OTG Anthony Kim Year Events Wins Top 10 Top 25 Money List Ave. Score 2012 10 0 0 0 $33,960 (218) 73.15 (180) 2011 26 0 2 7 $1,085,836 (87) 70.78 (81) 2008 22 2 8 10 $4,656,265 (6) 69.28 (3) Missing In Action: STAT: Scoring Average NUMBERS DON’T LIE... STAT THE
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