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Golf Australia Express : April 2013-The Masters
SAY WHAT?! “So I feel like now's my time, it's up to me to make it happen. Everyone's path to that success is different.” – – Adam Scott shows a true champion finds positives in any situation. "I'll be very disappointed if I don't get to play in The Masters for sure...” – – Geoff Ogilvy reveals the stress of hanging on to those precious percentage points. The Aussie missed out on an Augusta invite. “I think I’m still flying under the radar a little bit over there...” –– Marc Leishman is clearly looking for a new nickname--Stealth Bomber'. It’s yours in a green jacket, Marc. “...the only goal is to enjoy the event and give my best. And of course, if I can make the cut, that would be even better.” ––1 4-year-old Chinese prodigy Guan Tianlang on his upcoming record-breaking debut at Augusta. "We're not machines. We're humans. We go through highs and lows," –– Rory McIlroy discusses the vagaries of golf after slipping from No.1 in the world in the lead up to the Masters. “Winning takes care of everything.” – – Controversial Nike advertisement celebrating Tiger Woods ascension back to the top, showing his time in the wilderness completely failed to teach him the meaning of humility. "My mental game has improved 110 per cent since working with this system." –– Jason Day talking up the the wireless electroencephalogram (we swear, that’s what he called it) that he's been using to focus his mind. "At the moment I am happy to be the underdog and perhaps underrated...” ––John Senden earlier this year suggesting, perhaps, that his earlier showings have merely been posturing.