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It’s been five years since Y E Yang won Asia’s first Major, and Ernie Els believes it won’t take another five before someone from the continent wins another one of golf’s biggest prizes.
Speaking to The New Paper yesterday, the World Golf Hall of Fame inductee felt names like Bae Sang Moon, Hideki Matsuyama and Ryo Ishikawa could be the ones to make the breakthrough.
South Korea’s Yang won the 2009 PGA Championship, and it remains the only Major trophy to land on Asian soil.
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