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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 128
Tiger limps off... again Lydia Ko strikes it rich at the LPGA season finale ‘White ball in the corner pocket’ No problem in Houston as Matt Jones steals a win Ageless Miguel Angel Jimenez reigns in Spain Jarrod Lyle’s emotional return to the PGA Tour Gerry McIlroy’s big collect at The Open Adam Scott scales golf’s Everest Victor’s great escapes A Ryder Cup-sized hangover 9 3 8 2 7 1 6 5 10 4 THEKiwi phenomenon captured the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship as well as Rookie of the Year honours – and all at age 17. RORY McIlroy didn’t hit many wayward drives in 2014 but one missed fairway resulted in his ball finding a hole of a different kind when it disappeared into a fan’s pocket during the Tour Championship in Atlanta. AFTER victories by John Senden and Steven Bowditch in the previous three weeks, Jones’ memorable finish capped ‘Australia month’ on the PGA Tour. “GOLF’S Most Interesting Man” had never claimed his national title until he beat Australia’s Richard Green en route to winning this year’s Spanish Open. WE KNOW the story, we’ve felt the palpable emotions behind Lyle’s second bout of leukaemia. All any golf fan wanted was to see the ‘big fella’ back. After two-and-a -half years, he did it. IT WAS a story so brash as to be compelling – Gerry McIlroy placed a bet that his then-teenage son would win The Open before the age of 26, and Rory let his dad collect at the final opportunity. AUSTRALIA’S first No.1-ranked golfer since Karrie Webb celebrated his first week at the summit with his only title of the year at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. NOT once but twice did dapper Frenchman Victor Dubuisson escape the clutches of the cactus to prolong his extra-holes battle against Jason Day in the final of the WGC–Accenture Match Play. Day was left shaking his head in disbelief but ended up victorious over Victor. WELSHMAN Jamie Donaldson added colour to an already colourful Ryder Cup with a sensational ‘morning after’ TV interview. memorable moments 2014 TIGER Woods withdraws from the WGC–Bridgestone Invitational with a back injury that signalled all was not physically right with the 14-time major winner. He played the PGA Championship the next week (missing the cut) but didn’t resurface for four months after surgery and rehab.
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