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Daily Archives: January 6, 2018

Smith plans aggressive finish to PGA Maui

Cameron Smith admits it may take a miracle to chase down fellow Australian and Tournament of Champions co-leader Marc Leishman but he’s promised to give it his best crack. The 24-year-old Queenslander clawed back after a sloppy opening 75 at Kapalua’s Plantation course on Maui, firing a three-under-par 70 on day two to lift his total to one-under the card ...

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Smith plans aggressive finish to PGA Maui

Cameron Smith admits it may take a miracle to chase down fellow Australian and Tournament of Champions co-leader Marc Leishman but he’s promised to give it his best crack. The 24-year-old Queenslander clawed back after a sloppy opening 75 at Kapalua’s Plantation course on Maui, firing a three-under-par 70 on day two to lift his total to one-under the card ...

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DJ's form and shot shapes are coming back

KAPALUA, Hawaii – Marc Leishman played bogey-free and was tied for the lead in the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Just don’t get the idea this is another example of an Australian doing well at Kapalua because he stayed sharp Down Under in December. Leishman two-putted for birdie on the par-5 18th for a 4-under 69, giving him a share of the lead ...

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Wozniacki and Goerges double up to set up Auckland final

WELLINGTON: Top seed Caroline Wozniacki battled through two matches within the space of just over four hours to set up a final against second seed Julia Goerges at the Auckland Classic on Saturday. Heavy rain throughout the week in New Zealand’s largest city had caused havoc with the schedule, forcing organisers to play the quarter-finals and both semi-finals on Saturday ...

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