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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 224
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 THOMAS might have won three times already on the PGA Tour this season, but his scoring average of 68.785 is only good enough for seventh place on the list of scoring averages. 68.78 HIDEKI Matsuyama’s worst result since he missed the cut at The Barclays in late August. It’s been an astonishing run from the Japanese star, who hadn’t finished lower than T6 in any of his previous five events this season, but couldn’t make inroads at the weekend and fell away with a bogey and double-bogey within the first three holes on Sunday. 27 STREETS ahead of anyone when it comes to accuracy already this season, Jordan Spieth has hit almost 85 per cent of his greens in regulation in his eight rounds so far. That’s 122 of 144 greens hit – a season-opening win can’t be too far away. 84.72 INCHES between Kevin Kisner getting in or missing out on membership to the '59 Club'. The American's putt for eagle at the 18th hole of his third round of the Sony Open slid to the right of the cup, agonisingly close to dropping in for a 59. He tapped in for a birdie and settled for a disappointing 60, if indeed there can be such a thing. 1 THOMAS’ prizemoney from his five events this season, putting him a little over $300,000 shy of the $4.126 million he pocketed from 28 events last season. Fair to say this wil be an even better season for the American. 3.8m NUMBER of PGA Tour players who have now gone under 60. Jim Furyk still sits atop that tree with his final-round 58 at last year’s Travelers Championship. 7 AVERAGE score on the hole that proved to be the most difficult at Waialae Country Club – the par 4 13th. Only 30 birdies were scored across the four days of play, along with 290 pars, 119 bogeys and four double-bogeys. 4.22 THE odds some betting agencies are offering for Tiger Woods to win a major this year. Many would consider them fanciful odds for the former world No.1 winning a tournament this year let alone one of the big four. In-form Justin Rose was listed at $5.50, as a guide to just how off the mark the agencies appear to be on this one. $5 THE number of birdies in Sony Open winner Justin Thomas’ opening round of 59. Throw in a couple of eagles at the 9th and 10th holes and you can be sure we have witnessed one of the greatest rounds in the history of the professional game. See highlights of the round in the video above. 8 thenumbers
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