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Golf Australia Express : Issue 44
“I don't think it'll be too surprising if he won one this year or if he started winning them this year or next. He's got his ducks in a row now. “Wow, he's very close to the best player in the world at the moment, and the best player in the world who's already won 14 majors.” Aside from Adam Scott, who’s made eight of his nine cuts this season, Ogilvy is arguably our best hope at Lytham. At an event that often throws up a surprise winner, form and feel have more bearing on the result than name or ranking, something the world No.53 knows all too well. “The game’s in place and I’m pretty enthusiastic about the game and pretty fired up but I think sometimes when you take a few weeks off you can gain that extra level of whatever that thing is in your head when you're playing well, that relaxed confidence.” That said, Ogilvy’s Open record belies his immense talent and shotmaking abilities, a fact not lost on him. “It's weird to me, because I played a lot of amateur golf around links courses and played really well. “I feel like I should play well on links courses. “Maybe it’s no excuses, just time to go do it.” Hear, hear. OTG "There’s no reason I can’t play really well next week." COVER STORY THE 1999 2001 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 CUT CUT T5 T16 CUT CUT CUT CUT CUT GEOFF OGILVY'S BRITISH OPEN RECORD
Issue 45—The British Open