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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 147
40 The age Rory McIlroy plans to retire from the game. The world No.1 later clarified his initial statement by saying walking away from golf at that age is far from a certainty. 6 Consecutive birdies collected by Jason Bohn on the front nine in the final round at Colonial Country Club. The veteran journeyman eventually shared second place after a closing 63. 19 Feet from where Jordan Spieth rolled in a birdie putt at the 72nd hole to match the clubhouse lead at the Crowne Plaza event. Alas, the putting wizard fell one shot short. 3Senior majors won by Colin Montgomerie (from just 10 starts) after he successfully defended his US Senior PGA Championship in Indiana. 564 Positions jumped in the World Golf Ranking by 2007 Australian Open runner-up Won Joon Lee. He shared third place in Japan and is now 694th. Worldwide starts by golf’s top dog since his last missed cut (at the Honda Classic). McIlroy was home before the weekend at Wentworth thanks to rounds of 71-78. 7 7m Yen banked by Aussie Brad Kennedy for his runner- up finish at the Japan Tour’s Kansai Open in Shiga. Kennedy is now back inside the world’s top-200. The last year a 54-hole leader triumphed at Colonial. Kevin Na added to the interlude, falling into a share of 10th after holding the 36- and 54-hole leads. '08 OneAsia order of merit position for 2014 NZ Open champion Dimi Papadatos. He ascended to that spot after finishing T3 at the SK Telecom Open in Korea. Metres from which Andrew Johnston aced the par-3 10th hole at Wentworth with an 8-iron during the first round of the BMW PGA Championship. The Challenge Tour graduate won a shiny new BMW M4 for his efforts. Watch the shot above. Career holes-in-one for Miguel Angel Jimenez on the European Tour, the most of any player. Incredibly, the ageless Spaniard has scored two aces in the past fortnight and three so far this year. See the latest one above. 10 NO.1 Men's World Rankings US Money List LPGA Money List Presidents Cup LET Money List Women's Rankings the numb3rs 12 138 Rankings SHOTS OF THE WEEK FLEETWOOD WHACK: Rare albatross NA WAY?! Kevin's magnificent recovery OFF THE LEISH: Tee shot to tap-in range PIN-SEEKER: A flying Hoffman dart
OTG Express 146
OTG Express 148