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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 215
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 AMERICAN victories on the LPGA Tour so far this season (Lexi Thompson in Thailand and Brittany Lang at the US Women’s Open). Consider that, on their own, Ariya Jutanugarn has five wins and Lydia Ko four. 2 GRADUATES of either the 2016 Web.com Tour or the secondary circuit’s three-leg Final Series to tee it up this week in the opening event of the 2016-2017 PGA Tour season, the Safeway Open in California. 38 THE horror score rookie Kiwi pro Vaughan McCall was on track for had he not been disqualified from the first round of the Fiji International. McCall notched two double-figure holes and was 32-over after 17 holes but didn’t complete the 18th. He also shot a 93 at the New Zealand Open in March. 104 AMATEUR golfers to ever claim the US Amateur and Asia-Pacific Amateur titles. Perth’s Curtis Luck, who was also part of Australia’s victorious Eisenhower Trophy side last month, became the first member of an elite club with a stunning come-from- behind victory at the Asia-Pacific Amateur in South Korea. 1 AUSSIES to secure PGA Tour cards for 2016/2017 via the Web.com Tour Finals. Brett Drewitt, Rod Pampling, Cameron Percy and Cameron Smith did it the easy way, as officials cancelled the Web.com Tour Championship without a shot being struck due to Hurricane Matthew. 4 STROKES between Brandt Snedeker and the rest of the Fiji International field as the American demolished the competition via a scorching weekend performance at Natadola Bay. 9 THIRD-ROUND score shot by the winner on both the European and LPGA Tours. Tyrrell Hatton went 10-under on Saturday en route to winning on tour for the first time at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, while Ha Na Jang’s 10-under effort helped her seal the Fubon LPGA Taiwan Championship by a shot. 62 DAYS since Tiger Woods last played a golf shot in competition. The 14-time major winner was meant to make his much- anticipated return at this week’s season-opening Safeway Open on the PGA Tour, his first start since August 2015, but he withdrew yesterday. 416 LENGTH of the drive, in metres, Thomas Pieters clobbered onto the green of the par-4 7th hole at Carnoustie in Round 1 of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. The Belgian three-putted for a par. 367 thenumbers
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