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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 180
JANG’S MARATHON WIN AFTER four runner-up finishes in 2015, South Korean Jang Ha Na overcame a marathon 30-hole final day to capture her first LPGA Tour win by two strokes. On a rain-soaked Sunday, the 23-year-old birdied the final hole for an 11 under total and victory in the Coates Golf Championship ahead of Canadian teen Brooke Henderson. “It's amazing what I feel right now. I'm really comfortable on this golf course," said Jang after hugging her Australian caddie, Graham Courts. MORE> ___________________________________ POPEYE STEADY IN CHAMPIONS DEBUT CRAIG Parry has recorded a top-40 finish in his Champions Tour debut, after a sluggish start to his Allianz Championship campaign. Parry, who turned 50 on January 12, opened with a four over 76 but improved by nine strokes in the second round to make a dramatic improvement on the leaderboard. His closing round 72 saw him finish ten shots behind eventual winner, Esteban Toledo, of Mexico. Parry will tee it up again this week when the Champions Tour moves down the road to Naples, Florida, for the Chubb Championship, where Lee Janzen will defend his title. ______________________________________ VALE DAVE RENWICK DAVE Renwick, a caddie to three major champions, died last Thursday after losing his battle with cancer. He was 62. Known affectionately as ‘Buddy’, Renwick was on the bag for José María Olazábal’s 1994 victory at the Masters Tournament, Steve Elkington’s victory in the 1995 US PGA Championship, and all three of Vijay Singh’s major wins – the 1998 and 2004 US PGA Championships, and the 2000 Masters. In a show of respect to Renwick, players, caddies, media and officials wore black ribbons during the second round of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. MORE> ______________________________________ SINGH, MANASSERO HEADING TO PERTH European Tour winners Jeev Milkha Singh and Matteo Manassero have confirmed to play the Perth International at Lake Karrinyup Country Club from February 25 to 28. Tour veteran and reigning Australian Masters Champion Peter Senior has also added his name to the field for the $1.75 million event. Singh was the first Indian player to break into the top-100 of the world ranking and the first player from India to join the European Tour in 1998. He has since won 20 professional events and four times in Europe. MORE> TRAPS AROUND the With a golf course established in 1899 and views to the Blue Mountains conveniently located only 14km from Sydney’s CBD, prestigious Killara Golf Club offers a picturesque setting, both from the indoors and outdoors, making it a perfect venue. Killara Golf Club is known as one of Sydney’s most prestigious private member clubs, we warmly welcome membership, event and corporate golf enquiries. Choose Killara Golf Club. Killara Golf Club 556 Pacific Highway, Killara NSW 2071 PHONE: (02) 9498 2700 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org WEB: www.kgc.com.au Killara Golf Club Golf is just the Beginning...
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