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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 201
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 YARDS (378 metres) Justin Thomas pounded a drive at Firestone's downhill 16th hole during the second round of the WGC–Bridgestone Invitational. It was the longest drive all season on the PGA Tour. 413 POINTS Dustin Johnson now leads the FedEx Cup race by on the PGA Tour. Back-to-back victories and four straight top-fives propelled him past Jason Day, who sits in second, with Adam Scott in third. 104 DOLLARS Daniel Berger pocketed in unofficial prizemoney for striking one shot then withdrawing at the WGC–Bridgestone Invitational. For the record, it was a shoulder injury yet not one that stopped him from launching a 281-metre rocket down the 1st fairway... 50,000 PUTTS Jordan Spieth required in a first-round 68 at Firestone Country Club during the WGC–Bridgestone Invitational, his flatstick saving him on a day when he hit only six fairways and seven greens in regulation. 21 POINTS Rhein Gibson collected with his final swing under the modified Stableford scoring system at the Barracuda Championship. The Lismore native holed his second shot for an albatross to collect the maximum available points in one hole. 8 BOGEY-FREE holes Thongchai Jaidee accrued in winning the 100th Open de France. The evergreen Thai golfer ended the streak with a meaningless bogey at the 72nd hole to still win by four strokes. 39 PGA Tour starts for Greg Chalmers before breaking through for a win, a figure that had been the most among active, winless players. 386 MOST victories by Asian players in one European Tour season. Thongchai Jaidee's resounding triumph at the 100th Open de France set a new record on Tour. 7 RUNNER-UP finishes for Stacy Lewis since her last LPGA Tour title. After running second to Brooke Henderson at the Cambia Portland Classic, both players will start among the favourites for this week's US Women's Open. 11 thenumbers
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