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Despite being in that post-Thanksgiving, pre-Christmas lull period, the big bucks have persuaded many of the world’s finest players to dust off their clubs and head to the Bahamas – never a bad place to be – for the Hero World Challenge, where a field of 18 (yep, including one Mr T. Woods) will duke it out for the $1 million top prize.
There’s also the Mauritius Open, co-sanctioned by the European, Asian and Sunshine Tours, to enjoy, but for our DFS money the pick of the tournaments this week has to be the Australian PGA Championship. This is very much a major for the folks Down Under, and the thought of being announced as his country’s champion has persuaded Marc Leishman to creak back into action alongside the likes of Sergio Garcia and Adam Scott.
GOLD COAST, Australia (AP) — Sergio Garcia withstood two rain delays and his earliest career starting time for a 5-under 67 and the clubhouse lead at the Australian PGA Championship. The Masters champion, starting on the 10th hole Thursday at 6:10 a.m. at Royal Pines and in a group with Adam Scott, had three birdies over his final seven holes. “Other than a couple of times where it poured down on us, it was a fun day,” the Spanish star said. “In a tournament I think probably the earliest I’ve teed off … I want to say it was the closest I’ve had a dinner and a breakfast, ever.”
There are plenty of other intriguing names in the field, including defending champion Harold Varner III, Cameron Smith – a maiden PGA TOUR winner in 2017, hot prospect (and former Jordan Spieth roommate) Kramer Hickok, former world number one amateur, Curtis Luck, and last week’s Hong Kong Open champion, Wade Ormsby.
They’ll all make their way to the RACV Royal Pines Resort in Queensland for what can be a low-scoring shootout or a complete grind, depending on the wind. HVIII triumphed at a mark of -19 a year ago, and yet 12 months prior to that he got himself into a play-off at Evens with Dylan Frittelli and Nathan Holman, which the latter would win at the first extra hole.
The weather forecast this week is rather alarming. There’s an 83% chance of rain on Thursday, according to early reports, with wind speeds tickling 13 mph. There’s a similar theme on Friday too, although conditions should be optimal for low scoring at the weekend with the sun out but the greens softened by a good few heavy downpours in the preceding 72 hours.