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Golf Australia Express : July 2013 - THE OPEN
T HERE ARE FOUR LADS WHO WILL CARRY ON MORE THAN JUST THEIR DREAMS TO MUIRFIELD'S HALLOWED TURF THIS MONTH. The weight of the starved, proud golfing nation of England will also rest upon their shoulders in hope of breaking a 21-year drought at golf's oldest major. The Open. The Open Championship. The British Open. By whatever name you know it, the 142nd staging of the major tournament could prove to be England's best shot at the title in recent years, with four world top 20 players of differing styles and personalities legitimately eyeing off the Claret Jug. Reigning US Open champion Justin Rose leads the pack of Poms as the world No.3, with former world No.1s Luke Donald and Lee Westwood following closely behind, while Ian Poulter rounds out the quartet at No.20. These four St George's Cross representatives teamed up en route to a dramatic Ryder Cup victory last year. Can they work together to ensure one of them takes the old jug back to old England? Let's take a closer look at their chances... PREVIEW
June 2013-US OPEN
August 2013 - PGA Championship