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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 183
SCOTT BACK IN TOP-10 AFTER HONDA WIN ADAM Scott has moved back into the top- 10 of the world ranking after his one-stroke Honda Classic victory over Sergio Garcia. The Queenslander, who finished second to Bubba Watson last week, went head-to-head with playing partner Sergio Garcia throughout the final round but his even-par 70 was good enough to grab the win. It is his first victory using a conventional putter since the 2010 Singapore Open. MORE> ___________________________________ OOSTHUIZEN PRIMED FOR AUGUSTA LOUIS Oosthuizen returned to the winner’s circle for the first time in two years with his one-stroke victory in the ISPS Handa Perth International. Now he has eyes only for a green jacket. Five weeks out from the Masters, the South African’s confidence has been buoyed with this win on a Lake Karrinyup course that has its similarities with the famed Augusta National. FULL STORY, CLICK HERE> SHIN SUPREME IN LADIES MASTERS WIN KOREA’S Jiyai Shin birdied three of her last four holes to card a four under 69 and claim the 2016 RACV Ladies Masters by three strokes. The 27-year-old slept on a two-stroke lead after 54 holes, and the challenges from England’s Holly Clyburn and Sweden’s Camilla Lennarth came early in the round. The Swede made early birdies at the 1st and 3rd holes to take a share of the lead at 10 under, while Clyburn joined the pair a short time later after birdies at the 3rd and 6th holes of the RACV Royal Pines Resort. MORE> ___________________________________ LEXI GOES LOW TO WIN IN THAILAND LEXI Thompson played some of the best golf of her career to capture her seventh LPGA Tour win, the Honda LPGA Thailand. The 21-year-old took control of the tournament with a first round eight under 64. An even par on Friday was followed by another 64, this time in the third round, to take a four shot lead into the final day. MORE> TRAPS AROUND the
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