But if he can build on his opening round lead and win, nothing will stop Windred from staying amateur and playing in the Masters and The th Open. There's no other option.
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Interestingly, Australia's digital slide is not due to a lack of appetite from regular Australians. When it comes to the national uptake of tablets and smartphones, Australia ranks third and ninth respectively. Australia is on top when it comes to the amount of international students it takes in to educate. But when it comes to educating Australians, the nation ranks just 44th in employee training and a dismal 53rd in graduating scientists.
Ms Murray said Australia's continual slide down the rankings had an impact that was being felt now on "the amount of tax paid, what people are earning", and that would get worse. The top five most digitally competitive countries have not changed in this year's survey.
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