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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 221
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 WHAT Ashley Hall and Cameron Smith pocketed for second place at the Australian Open. For Hall, it couldn’t come at a better time as he contemplated walking away from the game to find a ‘real’ job. $105k SHOTS difference for Victoria’s Nathan Buzimkic from rounds one to two at the Australian Open. Buzimkic had a horror first day with a 16-over 88, including three double-bogeys and a triple in addition to seven bogeys. An even-par 72 on Friday was a great bounce back. 16 Length, in metres, of Ryan Fox’s drive at the par-5 13th during the second round at Royal Sydney. Playing in the afternoon and aided by a gentle breeze, the New Zealander was left with a 7-iron into the green of the uphill par-5. 369 DISTANCE of putts, in feet, Jordan Spieth holed in the last four holes he played at the Australian Open. Phenomenal. 62 AGE of Matthew Fitzpatrick, now the youngest Englishman to win three European Tour titles, breaking Nick Faldo’s record by 220 days. 22 TOTAL number of putts at the Australian Open for New Zealand’s Ben Campbell, who finished T20. He bettered both Jordan Spieth and freak putter Aaron Baddeley in the category. 102 PERCENTAGE of punters backing Australian pair Adam Scott and Marc Leishman to win the World Cup of Golf this week, according to Sportsbet. The Aussies are $5, while second favourite is the United States pairing of Jimmy Walker and Rickie Fowler at $7. 40 The cost for two bottles of water and a small plate of hot chips at Royal Sydney last week. Makes you think twice about taking a cut lunch to the golf. Although, the food and beverage at the Australian Open was marginally cheaper than some other Australian sporting venues. $16 THE hole at Royal Sydney that had Jordan Spieth’s measure during the Emirates Australian Open. He played the 403-metre par-4 in 3-over for the four days, including a double bogey in the second round. “No doubt it, the 15th is a tricky hole,” he said. 15 thenumbers
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