Our amateurs catch global eye

Curtis Luck and Jordan Spieth
Curtis Luck and Jordan Spieth share a moment during the Emirates Australian Open in November. Picture: GETTY IMAGES

The Australian amateur movement started to pick up serious momentum in 2013 with the outstanding play of Oliver Goss and hasn’t stopped since.

So much so that global attention is now being trained on our rising stars.

Global Golf Post’s John Steinbreder explains from the United States that a concerted development effort across Australia has produced a bevy of talented youngsters looking to make their mark ... 

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