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Golf Australia Express : November 2013
T HE INTERNATIONALS chasing the big bucks at the World Cup of Golf will have no better sighter than the Australian Masters. A week before they tee it up in the lucrative teams event, former world No.1 Vijay Singh, current No.8 Matt Kuchar and our new favourite, Zimbabwean Brendan de Jonge, will all have plenty of opportunities to discover Royal Melbourne’ s secrets. Defending champion and world No.2 Adam Scott will be there too, of course, as he continues his Australian victory lap, but he might not have it quite as easy as his four-shot win over Ian Poulter 12 months ago. Kuchar will enter the event as a two-time winner on the PGA Tour this year and he certainly knows what success at Royal Melbourne feels like, having saluted as part of America’s Presidents Cup team there in 2011. But he’ll be looking for a better showing than he produced two years ago, when he secured just 1.5 points out of a possible five in a series of close matches against the Internationals. Those who aren’t rooting for Scott will likely be saving their cheers for Jarrod Lyle, who returns to competitive play for the first time after an 18-month battle with leukaemia. OTG Interactive Panel Royal Melb TV Coverage Drawcards CLICK ON BUTTONS, LEFT, TO REVEAL WHO WILL WIN THE MASTERS? TELL US YOUR THOUGHTS WEEK 2
October 2013 - United Colours of Golf