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Golf Australia Express : July 2014
"My game's slowly coming back. For me to throw five shots away each day and to easily make the cut and move up, I don't feel like I'm that far off, but I've got some work to do." “I'll start getting ready for Hoylake and I'm optimistic about the end of the year, but I'm excited about the coming years, too." So if Mickelson doesn’t fire, where is the winner going to come from? The coming weeks will give an indication of whether Woods is in tournament contending form. And he most definitely knows how to launch a Sunday assault at Royal Liverpool. Could Sergio Garcia’s time finally have arrived? His form hasn’t exactly been world beating of late, but this year’s Open layout is one he knows he has the tools to master. In 2006 it was a Sunday fadeout that cost him, with a 7-under third round putting him right up alongside Woods. He eventually finished fifth. Or can our own Adam Scott become just the fourth player in history to seize a major while sitting atop the world rankings? He finished eighth here in 2006 and has already proven he now feels right at home on English links courses (for 68 holes, at least). As is usually the case with Scott, his chances will be determined by what he does with the flat stick. He had 30 putts on Sunday at the US Open and 118 for the week. He won’t be close to claret with those kinds of numbers. OTG WHO'S YOUR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP PICK? CLICK HERE TO TELL US YOUR THOUGHTS