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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 220
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 PGA Tour players to contest the maximum six tournaments in this early stanza of the wraparound 2016/2017 season: Scott Piercy, Peter Malnati and Spencer Levin. Last year, no player completed this portion of the schedule without sitting out at least one week. 3 ADAM Blyth’s birdie percentage for the first 56 holes of the New South Wales Open at Sydney’s Stonecutters Ridge Golf Club. The Queenslander won the title by three shots despite a horror stretch of 6-over for six holes on the front nine on Sunday. 42.3 EARNINGS, in US dollars, for Sarah Jane Smith at the Lorena Ochoa Invitational in Mexico. The Queenslander’s five-way tie for second was her career-best result on the LPGA Tour. 62,612 HOLES-IN-ONE recorded in the history of the Nedbank Golf Challenge since the South African tournament began in 1981. There were none until Paraguayan Fabrizio Zanotti aced the par-3 4th hole in the second round last week. 1 STROKES below par Aaron Wise and Australia’s Marc Leishman played back- to-back holes at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. Wise aced the par-3 4th then eagled the par-5 next in a first-day 66 before Leishman eagled the par-5 7th then binned his tee shot at the par-3 8th a day later. 4 EUROPEAN Tour starts Alex Noren required to gather his four most recent victories. The Swede’s triumph at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa last weekend was his fourth since July. By contrast, Noren needed 214 starts to notch his first four European Tour victories. 11 DAYS since Pat Perez’s only other PGA Tour victory. The volatile American captured the OHL Classic for his first win since the 2009 Bob Hope Classic. For historical reference – or coincidence – that victory took place the same week US President Barack Obama took office. 2849 PGA Tour Champions victories for Bernhard Langer since 2007. The irrepressible German didn’t claim the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship in Arizona (finishing second to Paul Goydos), but Langer did claim the season-long Charles Schwab Cup for the third straight year. 29 DAVID Horsey’s streak of rounds played at par or better on the European Tour that ended with a second-round 73 at the Nedbank Golf Challenge (he then shot 81 on Saturday). He began his streak at the KLM Open in September and banked a healthy €894,624 during his hot streak. 28 thenumbers
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