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Golf Australia Express : October 2014
JOOST TOO GOOD IN WALES THE PGA Tour might have wrapped up for the season (at least for another week), but the European Tour still has a couple of months of hot golf left, and Dutchman Joost Luiten continued his solid late season form by winning the Wales Open. The 28-year-old saw off a front nine challenge in the final round to finish at 14-under and beat England’s Tommy Fleetwood and Irishman Shane Lowry by a single shot. BROWN'S BRILLIANT 59 KIWI Mark Brown joined the prestigious 59 club in the second round of New Zealand’s Tauranga Open. The European Tour winner rolled in a 14- foot putt at his final hole — the 10th — to achieve the feat, which came despite a bogey at the 12th. “I actually lost track,” Brown said. “I did a wee tally up on the second- to-last hole and realised I needed one more birdie. Luckily the 10th was relatively straightforward.” Around The Traps FREE WEBSITE REVEALS GAME-CHANGING SECRETS... “...turned my putting from the weakest link into my strongest asset.” Aaron Baddeley, PGA Tour Star “ The article is beautiful!” Jeff Simmons, Professor of Sports Psychology, California State University Cutting-edge coaching challenging the status quo of golf teaching . A-GAME. UNLOCK YOUR LEARN MORE HERE
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