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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 219
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 CONSECUTIVE top-four finishes for China’s Shanshan Feng. The 27-year-old ran fourth at the Evian Championship in mid-September and hasn’t recorded a result worse than that since. 6 GOLFERS who entered this week’s New South Wales Open at Stonecutters Ridge Golf Club in north-western Sydney. Only 146 will make the final field, but defending champion Ben Eccles will not be one of them. 440 HENRIK Stenson’s Race to Dubai points lead over Danny Willett with two European Tour events remaining. Both players are in the field at this week’s Nedbank Golf Challenge – and both are former winners. 252,164 TIMES during this LPGA season a player has won back-to-back tournaments. Ariya Jutanugarn has achieved the double an astonishing three times, while Shanshan Feng joined Jutanugarn and Lydia Ko with her victory at the Toto Japan Classic a week after claiming the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia. 5 AGE that Rod Pampling will be when his current exemption on the PGA Tour expires. The 47-year-old holed a long birdie putt on the final green of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open for his third PGA Tour title but his first in more than 10 years, 220 starts ago. 50 Rod Pampling’s first-round score at the Shriners event. The Queenslander came within a 12-foot putt on the 18th green of becoming the seventh man in Tour history to break 60. 60 STROKES Thorbjorn Olesen led the Turkish Airlines Open field by after 54 holes – the largest third-round lead on the European Tour this season. The Dane held on to win by three for his first title since the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship 13 months ago. 7 CHINESE RMB (about A$42,000) Daniel Nisbet banked for capturing the PGA Tour China Series’ Clearwater Bay Open in a dramatic playoff. The Queenslander’s victory in Hong Kong came after eight previous starts on the circuit this year, which included one tie for sixth but little else. 216,000 EAGLES recorded for the week at TPC Summerlin’s 16th hole during the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. The par-5 ranks as one of the easiest holes on the PGA Tour each year and this time played to a stroke average of 4.419. 32 thenumbers
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