There was a well-placed putt on the ninth hole at Perth's Lake Karrinyup to help write his name into Australian golf's history books, and then a consistency to secure a wire-to-wire victory for the men's individual gold in the Asian Games at Jakarta's Pondok Indah in August.
Keita Nakajima has enjoyed a brilliant year, but the 18-year-old is not quite done yet.
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