Honesty always prevails in the long run. Just ask popular New South Welshman Dimi Papadatos, who has capped off an eventful month on tour with a start in next year's British Open at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland.
For a long time at The Lakes on day two of the Emirates Australian Open, Matt Kuchar and David Micheluzzi had it to themselves. Then along came Byeong Hun An with a hole-in-one, the thunderclap at the 15th that changed everything, and Max McCardle almost trumped them all.
They say timing is everything, and so it proved for South Korea's Byeong Hun An, who putted out for a 5-under 67 to take the day 1 lead at the 2018 Emirates Australian Open at The Lakes Golf Club in Sydney.