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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 182
BUBBA BRILLIANCE ENDS SCOTT CHARGE BUBBA Watson once stated a desire to win 10 times on the PGA Tour. Now with his latest Northern Trust Open triumph, he’s just one trophy away from the goal at age 37. Watson, who also captured the tournament in 2014, edged out Adam Scott and Jason Kokrak to win by a stroke at Riviera Country Club. Watson two-putted for birdie at the 71st hole to take a one-shot lead after Scott had done likewise but also chipped in for birdie from the back fringe of the last green to momentarily share the lead. A safe par at the last seal Watson’s ninth PGA Tour victory. MORE> ___________________________________ FRASER RETURNS TO WINNER’S CIRCLE INJURIES have almost cost Marcus Fraser his career twice. In 2011, he almost gave the game away because of a neck injury that required surgery. Two years ago, he was forced to undertake a radical new treatment to a hand injury that, again, threatened to end his playing days. Now he is a winner again on the European Tour. MORE> NOMURA STUNS KO, WEBB TO WIN OPEN RANKED No.67 in the world and without an LPGA Tour win, Japan’s Haru Nomura wasn’t expected to win the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. Especially when she was sharing the leaderboard with the likes of in-form defending champion sitting Lydia Ko and seven-time major champion and World Golf Hall of Famer Karrie Webb. Most predicted one or both of these Goliaths would overrun Nomura and her 54-hole co- leaders American Danielle Kang and Jenny Shin, of Korea, in the final round. MORE> ___________________________________ WORLD CUP LURES STARS FOR ROYAL SWING SOME of golf’s biggest names will be lured to play in Australia later this year with our most prestigious events – the Australian Open and PGA Championship – to be played before and after the World Cup of Golf. The PGA of Australia announced the 2016 PGA will be played from December 1 to 4 at RACV Royal Pines Resort, the week after the World Cup at Royal Melbourne. MORE> TRAPS AROUND the CONTACT +64 9 917 1588 OR SELECTED PRO SHOPS AND STOCKISTS WWW.ONCOREGOLFOCEANIA.COM
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