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Golf Australia Express : March 2014
'CACTUS WEDGE' FOR VICTOR VICTOR Dubuisson will now carry a little reminder of his two miracle shots from the cactus at the WGC-Matchplay Championship wherever he goes. His club sponsor Titleist has made him a new club featuring a stamp of the green desert plant and dubbing it the "cactus wedge". No doubt he's hoping the new stick never has to live up to its name. VIJAY SINGH DEFAMATION CASE SET TO GO TO TRIAL THE Vijay Singh vs PGA Tour saga rolls on, with the Fijian’s lawsuit potentially headed for trial after a New York judge accepted his argument that the Tour treated him differently under its anti-doping policy. The judge allowed five of seven lawsuit elements that the Tour had wanted dismissed, but she also rejected Singh's claim that he had been subjected to intentional emotional distress after being suspended for using deer antler spray. OLYMPIC QUALIFYING DATE SET WANT a spot on your country's Olympic golf team? Better post some decent results before the 2016 Open Championship. Olympic qualifying will be determined by world rankings as of July 11 that year, which falls at the start of the Open week. Only 60 players will win entry to the Olympic competition, which starts less than a month after the cut-off, on August 5. NO BELLY EXTENSION FOR AMATEUR GOLFERS IT'LL be "anchors away" for amateur golfers, just like the pros, when the ban on the long sticks comes into effect on January 1, 2016. USGA officials won't extend the date for everyday golfers, despite spirited lobbying from the PGA, which argued that the blanket ban would hurt participation numbers among everyday players who already found the game as hard as we do. Around The Traps