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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 190
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 THE score Na Yeon Choi carded in both of the first two rounds of the Lotte Championship. The Korean missed the cut by eight shots, but not before producing one of the best shots of the season. [Watch the shot in the video above.] 77 PERCENTAGE of PGA Tour tournaments since January (eight from 16) that have been won by Americans. Australia has won 25 per cent with Adam Scott and Jason Day each winning twice. 50 AVERAGE age of LPGA winners in 2016. Minjee Lee (19) joined the ranks with her Lotte Championship victory, which followed 18-year-old Lydia Ko’s back-to-back wins. 20.8 WORLDWIDE wins for Branden Grace, who can now add PGA Tour title winner to his resume. The South African has won in South Africa (6), Scotland (1), China (1), Qatar (2) and the USA (1). 11 JASON Day’s third round at the RBC Heritage was the world No.1 golfer's worst since his second day 81 at the Players Championship last year. He bounced back with a 68 on Sunday to finish in a tie for 23rd. 79 THE cut-line at the Open de Espana was the highest on the European Tour this season, surpassing the Australian PGA (+6) and Masters Tournament (+6). +9 NUMBER of RBC Heritage bridesmaid finishes for Luke Donald. Not only has the Englishman finished runner-up on four occasions since 2009, he’s also finished third twice during that time. 4 ENGLISHMEN to have now won the Open de Espana in its 44-year history. Andrew Johnston joined Andrew Sherborne (1992), Mark James (1988 & 1997), Sir Nick Faldo (1987), Neil Coles (1973), Brian Davis (2000) and James Morrison (2015) in raising the Spanish trophy. 9 NUMBER of top-10s in Aaron Baddeley’s past eight starts. The Victorian has been playing on limited status and now appears to be on track to win back his PGA Tour card. 3 thenumbers Membership Now Open Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club 1 Magenta Drive, Magenta, NSW 2261 Phone: +61 (2) 4336 0107 Email: email@example.com 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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