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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 191
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 MILES an hour winds played havoc during the final round at the Swinging Skirts Classic in San Francisco. Scores soared but Shanshan Feng got a nice assist with a par putt, which helped her break 80. [Watch it in the video above.] 40 CHARLEY Hoffman’s PGA Tour rank in final round scoring heading into the Valero Texas Open. Despite leading at some stage in the past two events, he didn’t finish in the top-10 of either event. 200 ADAM Scott’s scoring average through 35 rounds on the PGA Tour for 2015/16. He ranks No.1 ahead of six other players including Phil Mickelson (2), Rickie Fowler (3), Justin Rose (4) and Jordan Spieth (5) who average less than 70 per round. 69.62 THE number of winners through 18 events this season on the European Tour who have been aged 22 or younger. Soomin Lee joined Brandon Stone (BMW SA Open) and Haydn Porteous (Joburg Open) among the young guns. 3 SOUTH Korean men to have now won on the European Tour following Soomin Lee’s victory in China. He was the first since Byeong-hun An claimed the BMW PGA Championship in England last year. 7 TOP-10S, including two runner-up finishes, for Patrick Reed so far this season without registering a win. He says he’s no closer to getting a win. ”I’m still a loser,” he said. 8 HOLES played by Soomin Lee before carding his first bogey at the Shenzen International. He did, however, ruin the perfect looking scorecard with a double bogey on his 53rd hole. He then opened his final round with his first bogey of the event. 54 PGA TOUR starts for Ricky Barnes without a win. He was tipped to be the next big thing for US golf when he was the low amateur at the Masters in 2003. He looked promising in Texas, leading through 54 holes, but faded to finish tied fourth. 222 NUMBER of albatrosses on the card for Scott Hend, as well as an eagle and 16 birdies during the four rounds of the Shenzen International. His albatross 2 on the par-5 17th in the second round was the sixth in the career of the big-hitting Queenslander. 1 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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