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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 225
THE BALLS THAT CHANGED THE BALL. THE BALLS THAT CHANGED THE BALL. THE BALLS THAT CHANGED THE BALL. THE BALLS THAT CHANGED THE BALL. CALLAWAYGOLF.COM.AU PHIL'S ICONIC MYSTERY COULD Phil Mickelson be about to unleash a golfing logo to rival Michael Jordan’s famed Nike symbol? Mystery surrounds the appearance of a silhouette logo – of Mickelson’s famous ‘old man jump’ after holing the putt that won him the 2004 Masters – on Mickelson’s jacket and on tournament signage during the CareerBuilder Challenge [pictured above]. Mickelson was keeping quiet about the sudden appearance of the emblem, but hinted there’s more to it: “We’ve been working on something that we’ll be involved with later in the year that I’m not ready to talk about,” the veteran said. Watch this space. ________________________________________________ PING SIGNS RISING AUSSIE STAR BRETT Coletta says he’s been using PING clubs for years. The only difference now is he’ll get paid for it. The newly-minted pro signed a multi-year deal with the equipment maker just prior to teeing of in his professional debut at the weekend’s Singapore Open. The deal will see him use at least 11 PING clubs, wear a PING hat and use a PING bag. Coletta turned pro after a stellar final amateur season that saw him win the Queensland Open and finish tied for sixth at the Australian PGA Championship. Coletta finished tied for 65th in Singapore at 6-over. ______________________________________________ THE 59 CLUB CONTINUES TO GROW THE 59s are flowing with staggering regularity on the PGA Tour, with 29-year-old Canadian Adam Hadwin the latest player to join the club. Hadwin had a 13-under 59 in the third round at the CareerBuilder Challenge, also tying former pro Chip Beck for the most birdies in a round, with 13. It could have been 14 birdies and a round of 58, too, if not for Hadwin missing the green at the 18th and having to get up-and-down to make par. The number of players to have scored 59 now stands at eight, after Justin Thomas also went low in recent weeks. TRAPS AROUND the
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