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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 191
THE HOFF HOLDS ON CHARLEY Hoffman has been one of the best weekday players on the PGA Tour for the last few months. But his weekend work has left a lot to be desired. He has been in position to win his fourth title several times recently. At the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship, he was tied for fifth heading into the weekend but faded to a tie for 17th. At the Valspar Championship, he was tied for third going after 54 holes and shot himself out of the tournament with a closing four over 75 to tie for 11th. MORE> ______________________________________ MOULES A WINNER IN PNG SOUTH Australian Brad Moules broke through for his first PGA Tour of Australasia title in winning the South Pacific Export Radler Papua New Guinea Open on the second hole of a sudden death playoff. Moules, the first round leader, carded a closing five-under 67 at Royal Port Moresby Golf Club to set the clubhouse mark at 11 under. He was soon joined in the clubhouse by Queensland amateur Anthony Quayle and the pair watched on as Aaron Wilkin, also of Queensland, fumbled to a double bogey at the par-3 18th hole to drop into a three-way playoff. MORE> ______________________________________ LEE WINS CHINESE MARATHON RAIN and lightning delays usually have a detrimental effect on a golfer’s patience and, ultimately, their scorecard. But not South Korean Soomin Lee, who endured nearly 10 hours of lost play during the first four days of the Shenzen International, to complete a superb wire-to-wire victory on the tournament’s fifth day. MORE> ______________________________________ NOMURA HANGS ON TO SWINGING SKIRT WITH winds gusting up to 40 miles per hour, the final round of the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic at San Francisco’s Lake Merced Golf Club became a battle of survival. Reigning Women’s Australian Open champion Haru Nomura held a three-stroke lead over South African Lee-Anne Pace and South Korea’s Na Yeon Choi heading into the final round. MORE> TRAPS AROUND the DATE: 19TH JULY VENUE: RANDWICK RACECOURSE TICKET PRICE: $575 - EARLY BIRD (ENDS 20TH MAY) $649 - FULL PRICE SPONSORED& SUPPORTED BY: WWW.MSM2016.COM NIKE, BARCLAYS, SAMSUNG, OLYMPIC GAMES, RUGBY WORLD CUP and more.... Thought leaders representing the world’s biggest codes and brands will headline the Ministry of Sports Marketing conference. They will provide a global perspective on trends in sports marketing including how social and digital technologies are transforming the world of sports business for a new generation of sports lovers. Live sport remains the last bastion of guaranteed mass audiences. Nothing provides the same spectacle and therefore the same opportunity to engage people at their most passionate. Digital and social media has amplied that passion into a truly global phenomenon beyond the arena and even traditional broadcast platforms. TICKETS ARE LIMITED SO DON’T MISS THE EARLY BIRD SPECIAL Cash in on your fans like the greats MSM_golf 2016-04-06T16:50:02+10:00
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