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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 211
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 STROKES by which Dustin Johnson bettered Tiger Woods’ and Jason Day’s record score at the PGA Tour’s BMW Championship. Johnson reached 23-under at Crooked Stick Golf Club to eclipse the mark by the barest margin. 1 TOURNAMENT starts as a professional for Bryson DeChambeau before claiming his first victory. The eccentric American survived a four-man playoff to win the DAP Championship, the first of four Web.com Tour Finals events. DeChambeau is now guaranteed a 2016/2017 PGA Tour card. 12 TIGER Woods’ current world ranking. The longest-running World No.1 announced last week he is “hoping” to contest the opening tournament of the 2016/2017 PGA Tour, the Safeway Open, which begins in 29 days. 726 DUTCH victories at the European Tour’s KLM Open since the tour began in 1972. New champion Joost Luiten has two (Maarten Lafeber has the other), while his is the ninth victory by a Dutchman in the circuit’s history. 3 PLAYERS to qualify for the 2017 Masters purely via lasting until the Tour Championship. Roberto Castro, Kevin Chappell, Emiliano Grillo, Kevin Kisner, Matt Kuchar, Kevin Na, Sean O’Hair, Justin Thomas and Gary Woodland can all plan to be in Augusta next April. 9 AUSTRALIANS remaining in the FedEx Cup chase with one event to go: Adam Scott (third) and Jason Day (fourth). Due to their top-five positions, either man can become the first Aussie to nab the US$10 million bonus with a victory at next week’s Tour Championship in Atlanta. 2 EUROS that Scott Hend has frittered away at the past two European Tour events by turning Saturday-night leads into a runner-up and a tie for fourth, respectively. The Queenslander also lost the 54-hole lead at the tour’s flagship BMW PGA Championship in May. 379,170 DUSTIN Johnson’s driving distance average, in metres, during the BMW Championship. He led the category for the week, along with topping the eagles, birdies, strokes gained off the tee and putts per green in regulation stats. 292 HOLES in the third round of the BMW Championship Sergio Garcia completed without a putter. The Spaniard bent his flatstick in a rage after missing a birdie putt on the 12th green at Crooked Stick and ‘bellied’ a wedge or used a fairway wood thereafter on the greens. 6 thenumbers
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