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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 192
ALL SKILL AS LUCK PREVAILS FIRED up by a runner-up finish at the same tournament a year previously and a history of amateurs succeeding at the event, Perth amateur Curtis Luck outlasted his professional counterparts to win the Nexus Risk TSA Group West Australian Open. It was an amateur quinella as New South Wales Travis Smyth finished outright second, leaving Adelaide’s Antonio Murdaca – himself a pro only since last October – as the leading professional in third place. MORE> ______________________________________ STUARD STAYS CLEAN AMID DELUGE WORLD No.513 Brian Stuard leaned on patience and a razor-sharp short game to capture a weather-plagued Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Stuard captured his first PGA Tour title when he defeated Jamie Lovemark and Byeong- hun An on the second hole of sudden death at TPC Louisiana after the trio completed three rounds at 15-under. An bowed out on the first extra hole before Stuard birdied the second playoff hole by landing his approach to the par-5 18th only a few feet from the flag to secure his first career title after a pair of second-place finishes. MORE> ______________________________________ LI MAKES CHINESE GOLF HISTORY LI HAOTONG became the fourth Chinese golfer to capture the Volvo China Open on Sunday and all but booked a place in the Olympic golf competition in the process. The 20-year-old, who has factored in tournaments in his homeland in the past, belied a stretch of poor form to shoot 22-under at Beijing's Topwin G&CC to eclipse overnight leader Felipe Aguilar by three strokes. MORE> ______________________________________ SHIN SHINES FOR FIRST LPGA TITLE IT SHAPED as a platform for a first-time winner all week at the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout, but instead of long-time leader Gerina Piller finally collecting an LPGA Tour trophy it was diminutive Jenny Shin who prevailed. Shin went bogey-free in a best-of-the-day 67 on Sunday at Las Colinas CC that propelled her from four strokes behind Piller to two in front of her, Mi Jung Hur and Amy Yang. 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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