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Golf Australia Express : April 2014
A TIGER-LESS MASTERS. WHAT THE? EVERYONE expected it, but it’s still with a certain disbelief that the golf world accepts Tiger Woods is officially out of The Masters. A pinched nerve in his deteriorating back finally claimed him, with the world No.1 going under the knife in a bid to be back later in the season. Woods has played just three tournaments this season, with his best finish a tie for 25th at the Cadillac Championship. INKSTER TO TAKE USA'S SOLHEIM CUP REINS THE United States' Solheim Cup team has a new captain, with Juli Inkster set to lead her country against Europe in 2015. Inkster was a monty for the role, given she holds the American record for most Cup appearances (nine), most points won (18.5) and most matches won (15). The US, having lost twice in a row for the first time in the event's history, will attempt to prevent a third consecutive loss, this time at St. Leon-Rot Golf Club in Germany. HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHARLEY ENGLAND'S Charley Hull received the perfect 18th birthday present when she won the Lalla Meryem Cup on the Ladies European Tour. The teen shot a glorious 62 in the final round to overhaul a five-stroke deficit to France's Gwladys Nocera and then beat her on the first playoff hole. YOU STAY CLASSY SAN DIEGO... FOR THE US OPEN'S SAKE HOLLYWOOD might have you believe that Earth will be a toxic wasteland by then, but on the off chance it isn't, the US Open will head back to Torrey Pines in 2021. San Diego City Council has approved the tournament's return - and negotitated a tidy $2 million increase on the $500,000 payment it received for hosting the event in 2008. Around The Traps