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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 194
BACK-TO-BACK WINS FOR WANG IN THE space of seven days, South Korea’s Jeunghun Wang has emerged as a star of the future with back-to-back victories on the European Tour. The final day of the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open became a race in two with Wang and playing partner Siddikur Rahman handling the tough scoring conditions the best. Siddikur led Wang by one stroke heading into the final round and had extended his advantage to three shots over the 20-year- old Korean as they stood on the 16th tee. But the par were all square with one to play as the Bangladeshi player made a double bogey on 16 and a bogey on 17. MORE> ______________________________________ DARTNALL SURGES TO MAIDEN WIN STEPHEN Dartnall fired a six under 66 to roar home and claim his maiden PGA Tour of Australasia title at the TX Civil and Logistics WA PGA Championship in Kalgoorlie. Starting the final round five shots back from the lead, Dartnall roared into contention with five birdies in six holes from the par-5 2nd hole. His momentum suffered a blow with a bogey at the 8th hole, but he was rock solid on the back nine with another three birdies to finish at 16-under. MORE> ______________________________________ PERCY CLOSE ON WEB TREY Mullinax was five shots from the lead with nine holes to play of the Web.com Tour’s Rex Hospital Open. Three birdies and a chip- in eagle later and the trophy was his. The 23-year-old Mullinax said he felt he was “never out of it” as he ripped into the back nine to rattle home in 30 shots and a two-stroke 14 under victory at TPC Wakefield Plantation in North Carolina. “It’s unbelievable. I still can’t believe it. It hasn’t hit me, but it will,” Mullinax said. “This year hasn’t been long, but it’s been hard on me, dealing with expectations and being able to come out here and just have a free attitude and do what I need to do.” 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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