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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 207
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 NUMBER of nations represented in the top 10 finishers at the Rio Olympics. They were Great Britain, Sweden, USA, Belgium, Spain, Thailand, Australia and Argentina, highlighting this really is a world game. 8 WORLD ranking of Adilson da Silva before he struck the first shot at the Olympic Golf Course to end golf’s 112-year absence from the Games. The crowd-favourite Brazilian finished in a tie for 39th place. 283 PERCENTAGE of the top 10 finishers in Rio who also play on the PGA or European tours. Of those, 80 per cent are PGA Tour stars while Thomas Pieters (4th) and Rafa Caberea Bello (T5) are European Tour regulars. 100 MARCUS Fraser’s opening round at the Olympic Golf Course to take the lead after 18 holes. His 8-under par round to kickstart his Olympic campaign included nine birdies. The Australian, who led through 36 holes, ended up in a tie for fifth place with Spain’s Rafa Cabrera Bello and Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat. 63 THE distance in feet of Henrik Stenson’s par save at the third hole in Round 2. Somehow the brilliant putt was not captured in the TV coverage of the event. 108 THE distance in yards of the first hole-in- one in Olympics history. The record belongs to eventual gold medalist Justin Rose, who aced the par-3 fourth hole in the opening round with a perfectly- struck 7-iron. 191 THE number of women who will tee it up this week at the Olympic Golf Course for the women’s golf tournament. A total of 35 countries will be represented across four days in pursuit of gold. 60 THE biggest move up the leaderboard in the final round of the Olympic Golf tournament. The huge leap belonged to American Patrick Reed, who catapulted from 36 to T-11 courtesy of a 7-under 64. 25 THE number of mosquitoes commentator Johnny Miller said he saw in Brazil during the Olympics. “Thanks to the press all over the world for scaring a lot of the players away,” he said. 0 thenumbers 2 x Nights Accommodation in a 2 or 3 Bedroom Apartment 1 x Round of 18 Holes starting from: Relax, Stay & Play in the Bay! firstname.lastname@example.org 02 4916 4777 Subject to availability. Rates are for self-con- tained accommodation and based on four share only. Excludes all school holidays, public holidays & long weekends. Golf cart hire additional. per person Four Share $155 per person SIX Share $145
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