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Quote from: Matt2112 on January 05, 2017, 16:29:26 pmOkay, here's my annual list of golfers I'm expecting to do well (and have a flutter on) in 2017...hence they probably won't win anything until 2018 at the earliest. Thorbjorn OlesenAlready a well-established name of course, but after having spent a long time in the doldrums, he was getting back to his best toward the end of last year. So, with down-to-earth Bradford-based caddie Dom Bott on his bag, I expect "Thunderbear" to find more consistency, really kick on and re-establish himself as one the brightest talents on the European Tour, if not in world golf.Chris HansonI'm going to sound West Yorkshire-biased having mentioned Dom Bott, however this guy from Huddersfield showed some eye-catching form in 2016 to earn his European Tour card and graduate rapidly from the Challenge Tour. The word is that he's aiming to be one of England's top-ranked golfers this year and will certainly be one to watch.Joakim LagergrenI've been tracking this Swedish golfer for ages now and believe this will be the year he makes his big breakthrough. He's shown plenty of raw talent these last few years but 2016 saw him put together much more consistent performances and he's one player who's been knocking on the door of his first European Tour win.Thomas DetryThis Belgian rookie is lined up to be the next Thomas Pieters and has shown he's capable of being a formidable birdie-machine on the Challenge Tour; I'll be tracking him very keenly this year and I recommend latching on to this emerging talent before the bookies inevitably do.
QuoteSo, with down-to-earth Bradford-based caddie Dom Bott on his bag
Quote from: DavidL on September 24, 2018, 07:09:50 amIncredible achievement by Tiger Woods to win in Atlanta. I will gladly admit I was wrong in thinking he was a spent force a while back.
Quote from: zoony on September 24, 2018, 13:33:35 pmYep, I thought Woods was finished as a force to be honest. Not a fan though, and confident he'll never match or beat Jack's majors record.
Quote from: Matt2112 on September 25, 2018, 23:41:56 pmAbsolutely stunning comeback by Tiger. Apparently his club head speed is as fast as it's ever been. Looking ominous for Europe at the Ryder Cup.
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