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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 243
N OT only was Hilary Lunke’s 2003 US Women’s Open win the first and only victory of her career, incredibly, it came after she won through local and sectional qualifying. The now 37-year-old was the first player to achieve that feat in US Open history after beating Angela Stanford and Kelly Robbins in an 18-hole playoff. She never won another event, however, and retired in 2008. W HEN you think “one-hit wonder”, normally it’s young players who arrive in a blaze of glory and then fizzle out, rarely to be seen again, that spring to mind. Ken Duke is the opposite, however, with his first and only PGA Tour win coming at the ripe old age of 44. Having made 187 PGA Tour starts prior to the 2013 Travelers Championship, Duke finally put it all together to reach a playoff against Chris Stroud, who he beat with a birdie on the second extra hole. In the years since, he’s had just five top 10 results in 102 starts. HILARY LUNKE KEN DUKE
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