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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 230
NIBLICK... Made For Your Game. For stockist information telephone 02 9693 5777 | ww.niblick.com.au NEW Niblick Hardware has Landed We continue our commitment in supplying quality and value for money footwear, accessories and now golf hardware. . . NEW Niblick Hardware has Landed NEW Niblick Hardware has Landed We continue our commitment in supplying quality and We continue our commitment in supplying quality and value for money footwear, accessories and now value for money footwear, accessories and now Clubs Golf Balls GAEx_SPORTE_HS.indd 1 27/02/2017 12:19 pm T HE golf world was abuzz with talk about Karrie Webb after a dramatic playoff victory against Annika Sorenstam extended her winning streak to four tournaments. The Queenslander collected her fourth win in as many starts by holing a 10-foot birdie putt at the first sudden death hole to capture the LPGA Tour’s Takefuji Classic in Hawaii. That birdie came just 20 minutes after she birdied the 72nd hole to draw alongside Sorenstam at the top of the leaderboard. Webb’s run included three LPGA Tour wins and the Women’s Australian Open. “I enjoy these situations,” Webb said after the win. “Some people may feel uncomfortable but I’d rather have a chance to make a 10-footer for birdie in a playoff. “You get butterflies in your stomach and the adrenalin runs through your body, but I love that feeling. I’m not scared of those situations.” While she didn’t extend the streak to five at her next event, the then undisputed world No.1 went on to win four more tournaments in 2000 including two majors – the Nabisco and US Open Championships. E • George W Bush and Al Gore win their Super Tuesday primary contests and are announced candidates for the 2000 US Presidential election. • A Melbourne woman launches a lawsuit against a suburban restaurant after suffering an asthma attack brought on by smokers at an adjoining table. • Telstra announces a record six-month profit of more than $2 billion. • The AFL considers splitting the competition into two conferences of eight teams. • Andre Stolz breaks through to win the $500,000 Australasian ANZ Tour Championship at Royal Canberra. WEBB EXTENDS WINNING STREAK it happened this week in... 2000 Making news this week in 2000
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