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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 189
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 HOLES-in-one at the 16th hole on Sunday. For the first time in the 80-year history of the Masters, a hat-trick of aces was made with Shane Lowry and Davis Love III finding the bottom of the cup. But Louis Oosthuizen’s was the most exciting of all. [See video above] 3 THE age of Bernhard Langer, who turned back the clock in the third round to make his way into the penultimate pairing for Masters Sunday. His dream to become the oldest ever major winner ended with a final round 79. 58 BIRDIES for Jordan Spieth across the four rounds to lead the field by three in that stat. The 22 included seven on the final day, one more than made in his final round when he won last year. 22 MAD minutes separated Jordan Spieth standing on the 10th tee with a five- stroke lead and trudging back to the 13th tee, three shots adrift of Danny Willett. 33 THE number assigned to Danny Willett’s caddie, Jonathan Smart, as the last player to register for this year’s Masters. It was also the same number Jack Nicklaus’ son, Jackie Jr, wore when the Golden Bear won in 1986. 89 THE longest recorded drive (in yards) during the four rounds, and it came from Adam Scott at the 15th hole on Sunday. 350 NUMBER of holes Jordan Spieth sat atop the Masters leaderboard at Augusta, from round one last year through to the 12th hole of his title defence. 84 YEARS between English winners of the green jacket. Nick Faldo was the last Englishman to win the Masters back in 1996, which coincidentally involved another player’s final round melt down. 20 PROFESSIONAL wins now for Masters champion Danny Willett, who turned professional in 2008 after winning the Australian Amateur Stroke Play and Spanish Amateur titles. 5 mastersnumbers Membership Now Open Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club 1 Magenta Drive, Magenta, NSW 2261 Phone: +61 (2) 4336 0107 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www. magentagolf.com.au/membership or visit us on Facebook Membership is open at Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club on the Central Coast in NSW. This unique 18 hole championship course, designed by Ross Watson, is just 2 hours from Sydney. It is owned by its members and is an inclusive and progressive club where men and women have equal playing and voting rights. A number of membership categories and packages are now available. Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club
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