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Golf Australia Express : June 2014
WIN PHIL'S OPEN CHEQUE YEAH, it’s a shameless publicity grab, but it’s just one more reason to watch Phil Mickelson attempt to shoot the biggest duck left in golf. If Mickelson can finally win the US Open after six runner-up finishes, Callaway will give one lucky fan a winner’s cheque to match his. Actually, they’ll share his fortunes no matter where he finishes, so if he makes it an unlucky seven bridesmaids, they’ll pocket $800,000 too. THE REEDS WELCOME WINDSOR PATRICK Reed’s wife, Justine, was his full-time caddie on the PGA Tour at the start of this year. But she’s got a good excuse not to carry his clubs for a while after they welcomed a baby girl into the world last month. Reed, a two-time PGA Tour winner this year, withdrew from the HP Byron Nelson to prepare for Windsor-Wells Reed’s arrival. WITHOUT MC AT PINEHURST THE US Open will be without the only living player to have won it at Pinehurst, after Michael Campbell withdrew due to physical and mental issues. Campbell had the final year remaining in his 10-year exemption but couldn’t take it up due to an ankle injury. THE SCIENTIST CHALKS UP NO.500 WHILE the world watched to see if Henrik Stenson would be the man to unseat Adam Scott from the world No.1 ranking, another Swede quietly chalked up a record milestone. Former European No.1 Robert Karlsson competed in his 500th European Tour event at the BMW PGA Championship — the first Swede to achieve the feat and only the 26th man overall. The 44-year-old's professional career began in 1989 and has included 11 European Tour titles. Around The Traps