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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 172
1 Strokes Minjee Lee led the LPGA Tour’s Lorena Ochoa Invitational by through 36 holes. Sadly the West Australian finished 75-70 to slip back to a tie for 12th place. 4 Royal Australian Navy personnel on hand tending to 18th-hole flagstick duties on Sunday at the NSW Open. Their presence marked the event’s overlap with Remembrance Day. 5 Strokes dropped by Graeme McDowell on the 1st hole at El Camaleon GC for four rounds of the PGA Tour’s OHL Classic at Mayakoba in Mexico. He twice knocked his drive out-of-bounds. 100 Wins by Swedish golfers in the history of the Europe- an Tour. The latest Swede to raise a trophy was Krist- offer Broberg, winner of the BMW Masters in China. 1,613 Points leader Rory McIlroy leads pursuer Danny Willett in the Race to Dubai as the season-long points race reaches its climax in the UAE this week. The hole at El Camaleon Golf Club aced by Thomas Aiken on Thursday at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. It was the South African’s first shot of the tournament. 10 Strokes difference between the first two rounds for Todd Sinnott at the European Tour’s Q-School. The big-hitting Victorian bounced back from a nightmare 82 in Round 1. Holes required to be played by many at the NSW Open field on Saturday after storms halted play the previous afternoon, creating a backlog. 36 Household names in the playoff for the Aust PGA Seniors Championship at Richmond Golf Club. Rodger Davis beat Peter Senior and Mike Harwood on the third extra hole. Minutes the event bus transporting players at the LPGA event in Mexico City needed to cover the usually 15 to 20-minute journey from the hotel to the course in round three. Wrong turns and the city’s notorious traffic prevented several of the leaders – including Australia’s Minjee Lee – from making their tee-times. Fortunately sanity prevailed and the players were spared being disqualified. Balls splashed into the water by Sergio Garcia on the final hole of the BMW Masters in Shanghai. The Spaniard, who held the first- round lead, was still in contention with a hole to play but rinsed both his drive and approach before ‘saving’ a double-bogey. NO.1 Men's World Rankings US Money List LPGA Money List Order of Merit LET Money List Women's Rankings 3 136 Rankings 14 v SHOTS OF THE WEEK RODGERS THAT: Patrick bins a 48-footer the numb3rs 2 BMW Masters: Shots of the week BOHN: Fantastic flop finds the cup STANFORD OVATION: Perfect pitch.
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