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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 167
6 Consecutive Presidents Cup victories now for the United States since the tied Cup of 2003. The overall ledger sits at 9-1 in favour of the Americans with one tied result. 4 Number of other players to have made clean sweeps at the Presidents Cup – Mark O’Meara (1996), Shigeki Maruyama (1998), Tiger Woods (2009) and Jim Furyk (2011). 3Times since 2007 the International team has finished with a losing score of 14.5. They fell short again, this time by a solitary point, the lowest margin of victory in the event's history. 1505 Days until the Presidents Cup is played in Melbourne again. The 2019 matches will be the third time Melbourne has hosted the event. 217 Yards covered by "the best 7-iron of my career" according to Louis Oosthuizen. The shot set up his final hole eagle to square his match with Patrick Reed. The lowest winning total in history of the Presidents Cup, lowering the mark set by the US in 1996, when it won 16.5 to 15.5. 15.5 Singles matches played by Phil Mickelson since the first Presidents Cup in 1994. His win over Charl Schwartzel in Korea improved his record to 3-5-3. Wins from five matches for South African Branden Grace, the standout for the Internationals. It was a complete turnaround from his debut two years ago when he didn’t register a point. 5 Points won by the Internationals in the last 25 matches, which came after a disastrous 4-1 deficit from the Day One foursomes. Number of putts through 13 holes for Adam Scott during his singles match on Sunday with a short putter. Who says he can’t roll it? Points won by world No.2 Jason Day as the top ranked player for the Internationals. It was not a week to remember for the PGA Championship winner, whose 'win-loss-halve' record for the event read 0-3-1. 0.5 NO.1 Men's World Rankings US Money List LPGA Money List Order of Merit LET Money List Women's Rankings 13.5 15 Rankings 11 v SHOTS OF THE WEEK NUMBER ONE: Spieth outrageous. FANTASTIC PHIL: Sublime bunker blast. LEISHMAN: Risk rewarded over water. PHIL AGAIN: Double recovery. the numb3rs
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