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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 126
HERBERT TOP OPEN AMATEUR PERHAPS lost in the excitement of Jordan Spieth’s record-breaking Australian Open victory was Lucas Herbert winning the low amateur medal in the championship. It was a close battle for the honour between Herbert and fellow Victorian and Eisenhower Trophy team mate Ryan Ruffels. A double bogey from Ruffels at the 16th hole in the final round left the door open for Herbert. A birdie at the 72nd hole for Herbert saw him break the deadlock and win the medal by one shot. It brought to an end an amazing week for the 18-year-old who made an overnight dash from Melbourne after the Australian Masters to play the qualifying round for the Open and made the field on the number with a 5-under 67. ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ _ OLYMPIC COURSE GREEN LIGHT CONSTRUCTION work on the embattled Olympic golf course in Rio will continue after a court rejected submissions for the venue to be scrapped because of environmental concerns. Rio de Janeiro judge Eduardo Antonio Klausner said there was "no new facts justifying ... a halt in the implementation of the golf course for the Olympics.” MORE __ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ __ DODT RUNNER-UP IN THAILAND QUEENSLAND’S Andrew Dodt shot a closing round 67 to grab a share of second place in Thailand’s King’s Cup, finishing two strokes behind local hero Thaworn Wirachant. Dodt made birdies at each of his last three holes to get in the runner-up position alongside India's Anirban Lahiri. FP ADVERT the AROUND TRAPS PUTTING SECRETS... Discover the secrets of Aaron Baddeley's LOOK AND SHOOT putting method from the actual golf coach who taught him. “ Turned my putting from the weakest link into my strongest asset.” Aaron Baddeley, PGA Tour Star LEARN MORE HERE
OTG Express 125
OTG Express 127