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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 193
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 HOT PUTTER GETS WANG HOME SOUTH Korea's Jeung-hun Wang won the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco, for his first European Tour title, beating Spain's Nacho Elvira with a 20-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole. It was extraordinary finish from the 20-year-old Wang, who was playing in the event under a sponsor’s invite. He made an 18-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole to force the playoff, before rolling in a 50-footer for birdie at the first sudden death hole to stay alive in the playoff. MORE> ______________________________________ HAHN ENDS CUT STREAK IN STYLE AFTER eight consecutive missed cuts on the PGA Tour and 18 rounds without bettering 70, James Hahn was an unlikely pick to win the Wells Fargo Championship. Against all odds, Hahn parred the first hole of a sudden death playoff to claim the title over Roberto Castro and bring his three-month slump to an abrupt halt. The former women’s shoes salesman had more belief than most as he made his move before the turn during the final round. After cancelling out a birdie at the 5th hole with a bogey at the next, Hahn eagled the 7th and birdied the 8th hole to put his name in the mix. MORE> ______________________________________ PARK WINS MAIDEN TITLE Korea’s Sanghyun Park claimed his maiden OneAsia title, winning the GS Caltex Maekyung Open in Seoul after beating countryman Soomin Lee at the second hole of a sudden death playoff. Park carded a four under 68 to finish tied with Lee (70) at eight-under-par 280. But a par on the second extra hole was all that he needed to secure the biggest victory of his career. MORE> ______________________________________ HISTORIC WIN FOR JUTANUGARN THAILAND’S Ariya Jutanugarn holed a five foot par-saving putt at the final hole to clinch the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic by a single stroke. In closing with a one under 71, the 20-year-old became the first Thai winner in LPGA Tour history, fending off final round challenges from Amy Yang, Morgan Pressel and Stacy Lewis. MORE> TRAPS AROUND the
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