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A revolutionary event in Australia this week will see 24 players go head-to-head in a six-hole final-day matchplay showdown as the sport tries to attract a new generation of followers.The European Tour is trying to sex up golf for a 21st century audience and hopes that the Perth event and the recently announced GolfSixes over two days in England in May – which will feature DJs, pyrotechnics and six-hole matchplay – will attract a new generation to the game.The top eight will get byes into the second-round of six-hole matches, which should take around an hour each to complete rather than the four to five hours of a an 18-hole round.
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