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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 190
CONTACT +64 9 917 1588 OR SELECTED PRO SHOPS AND STOCKISTS WWW.ONCOREGOLFOCEANIA.COM And it’s hard to see that changing. All three are LPGA Tour veterans and have arguably fired their best shots already. It’s easy to forget that world No.3 Thompson, who is only 21, turned pro six years ago. So if anyone is to challenge Ko over the next decade, then Lee and 18-year-old Canadian Brooke Henderson – who’s just posted her seventh consecutive top 10 finish – could be the best chances. And it’s Lee’s ability to make big shots around the greens that will put her in the frame for a victory each and every time she’s within striking distance heading into Sunday. She ranks seventh on Tour for average putts per round, with her 28.75 just 0.25 behind Ko, and she currently has the second-most holes under par of any player. It’s a handy weapon to have, and she knows it. “Yesterday I spoke to my coach and he said, ‘You're only five back, just shoot 8-under and you'll be fine’,” she joked after her win on the weekend. “This is definitely a big confidence booster. The last couple of weeks I was there, but not quite. Now my game seems to be coming together and that's quite nice.” The LPGA needs Minjee Lee in the coming years. Here’s hoping she’s got what it takes. E
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