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The Australian Open will precede the Presidents Cup next November, a decision that could put the Australian Masters — an event Tiger Woods has played the last two years — opposite the American star's own tournament in California.
The PGA of Australia announced Sunday that the Open, likely to be held at a Sydney-area course, will be held from Nov. 10-13. The Australian PGA at Coolum will be played Nov. 24-27, a week after the Presidents Cup between the United States and an International team at Royal Melbourne.
The PGA also said that the Australian Masters was tentatively scheduled for Dec. 1-4, but that was still to be confirmed. Woods, the Australian Masters winner in 2009, has said he'd prefer to see it played the week before the Presidents Cup. READ MORE>>>