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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 195
IRISH GLORY AT LAST FOR RORY WINLESS so far in 2016, Rory McIlroy snapped his victory drought at the tournament that means the most to him outside the majors. Guarding a one-stroke lead playing the final hole of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Hosted By The Rory Foundation, the four-time major winner rocketed a 5-wood from 231 metres to within two feet of the flag for a knockout eagle at The K Club and a three-shot victory over Scotland’s Russell Knox and resurgent Welshman Bradley Dredge. MORE> ______________________________________ GARCIA GRABS NELSON TITLE SERGIO Garcia was a precocious 19-year-old when he announced his arrival on the PGA Tour with an opening round 62 at the Byron Nelson. Five years later he won his fourth PGA Tour title at the same event as the legendary tournament host watched from inside the ropes beside the 18th green. The now 36-year-old added another chapter to his Byron Nelson scrapbook by defeating big- hitting American Brooks Koepka in a playoff after shooting a 2-under 68 in the final round. MORE> ______________________________________ LANGER PICKS UP CENTURY BERNHARD Langer continues to defy father time as his domination of the PGA Tour Champions rolls on. The German was never going to be headed in the final round of the Regions Tradition as he carded a five under 67 – including five birdies in the last seven holes – to finish 17 under and a winner by six strokes. It was not only his sixth major title but it was also his 100th professional win in a career spanning four decades. MORE> ______________________________________ OH SO CLOSE AT KINGSMILL VICTORIA’S Su Oh all but played her way onto the LPGA Tour with a final round 6-under 65 to surge into outright second at the Kingsmill Championship. Oh, who turned 20 yesterday, finished just one shot shy of a forcing a playoff with Thailand’s Ariya Jutanugarn, who grabbed her second LPGA Tour victory in as many weeks. MORE> TRAPS AROUND the
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