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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 229
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 NUMBER of years ago Jarrod Moseley became the first Perth native to win a European Tour event in his home city, with his Heineken Classic title at The Vines. Brett Rumford becomes the second Perth hometown winner in European Tour history. 18 TOP-10S in a month for 17-year-old South Korean amateur Hye- jin Choi. Her T7 at the Women’s Australian Open adds to an Australian Amateur Championship win, runner-up finish at the NSW Amateur, and fifth placing at the Vic Open. 4 NUMBER of years in age that separated the World Super 6 Perth finalists, with Australia’s Brett Rumford, 39, taking on 17-year- old Phachara Khongwatmai from Thailand. 22 DUSTIN Johnson’s official world ranking after his win at Riviera CC. He takes the crown from Jason Day, who told the press at the start of the tournament it was tough being world No.1. 1 AUSTRALIAN players to have won on the European Tour through nine events of the 2017 season. Brett Rumford joins Hong Kong Open champion Sam Brazel high on the Race to Dubai list. 2 NUMBER of different players to have won the first nine European Tour events this season. In comparison, the PGA Tour already has two multiple winners, with Justin Thomas and Hideki Matsuyama each with three victories in the current season. 9 AUSTRALIANS who finished in the top-10 at the World Super 6. Rumford was joined by Adam Bland, Jason Scrivener, Steven Jeffress, Matthew Millar, Wade Ormsby, Adam Blyth and Lucas Herbert. 8 STEVEN Bowditch’s second round total at the Genesis Open at Riviera CC, his best 18-hole score on the PGA Tour since May. Looks like his form might have turned the corner. 68 LENGTH, in feet, of a Ha Na Jang bomb for eagle on the 71st hole to seal her ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open title at Royal Adelaide Golf Club. See final round highlights of the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open in the video above. 40 thenumbers
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