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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 181
TRAPS AROUND the SCHWARTZEL WINS, RUMFORD FIRES IF NOT For his ‘ordinary’ opening round, Charl Schwartzel might have won the Tshwane Open by even more. The 31-year-old started the second round seven shots from the lead but rounds of 64-66 -63 over the next three rounds to finish 16 under and secure the title by a whopping eight shots from Denmark’s Jeff Winther. Schwartzel, who held a one-stroke lead heading into the final round, carded seven birdies and an eagle to cruise to victory and his second tour title this season. It was the South African’s 11th European Tour victory, eight of which have come on home soil. MORE> ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ _____ LANGER'S NEW, WINNING PUTTING STYLE IT’S taken a few weeks and plenty of testing, but Bernhard Langer now has a putting style he’s happy with. And he’s got a trophy and winner’s cheque to prove it. The German had a final round 73, which was good enough to win the Chubb Classic by three shots from a fast-finishing Fred Couples. The wire-to-wire win was Langer’s 29th on the Champions Tour. MORE> __ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ OLYMPICS TOP PRIORITY: KO MAJOR wins will be great, but competing at the Olympic Games in Rio has become the top priority for 2016 for world No.1 Lydia Ko. Ko, who will defend her Women’s Australian Open title this week, said she was excited to become part of the Olympic tournament, "especially as it's the first time women will play at the Olympics in golf." MORE> __ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ DAY GETS HIS OWN STREET GREG Norman has one. Peter Thomson, Ossie Pickworth and Joe Kirkwood have one too. Jason Day will soon join them when a street is name in his honour in his Queensland hometown of Beaudesert. The Scenic Rim Regional Council recently announced it had approved the naming of Jason Day Drive in a new estate. MORE>
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