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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 242
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 SHOTS under par for Lexi Thompson at the Kingsmill Championship to break the tournament’s scoring record and go wire-to-wire. The American blew the field away by five shots and recorded her eighth career victory on the LPGA Tour. 20 LENGTH – in feet – of Jason Day’s monster birdie putt at the par-3 17th during his third round. WATCH DAY’S 60-FOOT BIRDIE PUTT IN THIS VIDEO. 60 YEAR a second consecutive Australian named Bruce won the Dean & Deluca Invitational. Bruce Crampton’s success in 1965 was followed by Bruce Devlin in ’66. 1966 SCORE Minjee Lee shot in her final round at the Kingsmill Championship before forgetting to sign her card. The West Australian had finished in a tie for 10th before being disqualified. 73 LENGTH – in metres – of the par- 5 12th hole at Verdura Golf Club, which China’s Haotong Li spectacularly, and very casually, double-eagled. Li finished the tournament in third. 520 NUMBER of Tour victories for Spain’s Alvaro Quiros who, despite blowing a seven-shot final round lead, defeated Zander Lombard in a playoff at the Rocco Forte Open in Italy. 7 FEET worth of putts made by Billy Horschel on his way to victory at the final Byron Nelson tournament played at TPC Four Seasons. He made the longest putt of his career when he sank a 59-foot birdie on the 14th. 454 NUMBER of putts Jason Day had on the first playoff hole at the AT&T Byron Nelson. The Queenslander missed a three-footer to hand Billy Horschel his fourth career title. Day made a similar putt in regulation play to ensure his entry into the playoff. 3 WEEKS Lydia Ko has spent at the top of the women’s world rankings. However, the New Zealander’s lead has become so slender that So Yeon Ryu and Ariya Jutanugarn could both overtake her at this week’s Volvik Championship. 83 thenumbers
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