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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 177
NO.1 Men's World Rankings US Money List LPGA Money List Order of Merit LET Money List Women's Rankings Latest Rankings & Money Lists CONSECUTIVE final-round birdies made by Sony Open in Hawaii champion Fabian Gomez. The Argentine, who won his first PGA Tour event last June, shot a closing 62 that included 10 birdies with seven straight beginning at the 6th hole. 7 BIRDIES carded (along with 48 eagles) at the par- 5 9th hole at Waialae during the Sony Open. The perennial pushover – it ranks as the easiest hole on the entire PGA Tour most seasons – averaged 4.21 for the week. 274 THE sum Ryan Ruffels reportedly won from Phil Mickelson by beating him in a head- to-head match during the time Lefty was looking to lure Ruffels to Arizona State University, where Mickelson’s brother is the golf coach. $5k GREENS in regulation hit by Joburg Open champion Haydn Porteous in the final round. The 21-year- old South African became the second golfer in a row from his homeland to break through on the European Tour. 18 MARGIN of victory for Europe over the Asian side at the second EurAsia Cup in Malaysia. The Europeans dominated this contest after the inaugural staging resulted in a 10-all tie. 13 THE last time the European Tour saw four consecutive first-time winners (Anton Haig, Liang Wen-chong, Chapchai Nirat and Daniel Vancsik). Haydn Porteous’ Joburg Open victory made it four once more. '07 DISTANCE, in metres, of Kevin Na’s drive on the par-5 18th hole in the opening round of the Sony Open in Hawaii. The erratic Na tangled with trees on this tee shot before making a bogey in a round of 70. 82 OPEN Championship spots nabbed at the conclusion of the European Tour’s Joburg Open. Winner Haydn Porteous, runner-up Zander Lombard and tour veteran Anthony Wall each booked a spot at Royal Troon this July. 3 HOLE at which all three of Ian Poulter’s matches concluded at the EurAsia Cup. The matchplay demon and captain’s pick wrapped things up early each day, including in his 4&3 singles win over Danny Chia. 16 Phone (03) 5338 3010 www.ballaratgolfclub.com.au 1800 Sturt Street, Ballarat BALLARAT’S PREMIER GOLF COURSE ■ 18 holes of golf ■ plus lunch from the lounge menu click here for all the info SOCIAL GOLF DEAL SOCIAL GOLF DEAL $35 PER GOLFER thenumbers
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