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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 165
0 Tournament victories by FedEx Cup runner-up Henrik Stenson this season. He did finish second four times, including at three of the four Playoffs events. 11Years between home victors at the LET’s Lacoste Ladies Open de France. Céline Herbin beat Danish rookie Emily Pedersen in a playoff to snap the French drought. 4Wins for former Presidents Cupper K.T. Kim on the Asian Tour this season. The Korean won the Asia Pacific Open Mitsubishi Diamond Cup in Japan by three strokes for win No.4. 206 Strokes required for Mexico’s Esteban Toledo over three rounds to hold off Tom Watson, by one, to win the Champions Tour’s Nature Valley First Tee Open. 22m Dollars earned via prizemoney and the $10m FedEx Cup bonus this year by Jordan Spieth. Not bad for a guy who is only 22 himself. Final position of Jason Day on the FedEx Cup standings for 2014/2015, the highest by an Aussie since the format began in 2007 (Adam Scott finished 4th two years ago). 3 Rhein Gibson’s ranking with one Web.com Tour Finals event left next weekend. Steve Allan is 23rd and Oliver Goss 40th, with the top-25 earning PGA Tour cards. Total victories each for Jordan Spieth and Jason Day in 2014/15. No player has ever won five tournaments and not been voted PGA Tour Player of the Year. 5 Age of former Thai paratrooper Thongchai Jaidee, who captured a 7th European Tour title with victory at the Porsche European Open in Germany. Total one-putt greens (from 1656 holes played) for Jordan Spieth in the 2014/2015 season. That’s a 42.33 per cent strike rate. Strokes Jason Day required to complete the par-4 5th hole at East Lake in Round 1 of the TOUR Championship. Having birdied the first three holes, Day undid his good work with a mistake-strewn triple. He finished equal 10th. 7 NO.1 Men's World Rankings US Money List LPGA Money List Order of Merit LET Money List Women's Rankings 45 701 Rankings v SHOTS OF THE WEEK HOT BERGER: Bunker brilliance. HAAS CLASS: Best and worst from Bill. RICKIE RIPPER: Driver off wet deck. PITCHER PERFECT: Streb's tidy hole-out. 18 the numb3rs
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