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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 246
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 LENGTH, in yards, of Koepka’s 3-wood from off the tee at the par-5 18th hole. The 27-year-old made a steady par to close with a five-under 67 to win the championship by four strokes. 379 YEARS since the official world rankings began. And, for the first time, the top three ranked players in the world missed the cut at a major. World No.1, Dustin Johnson, blamed the flat stick: “This course sets up perfect for us, but this game’s all about putting... We just didn’t get it in the hole fast enough.” 31 YEARS since Koepka’s only other victory on the PGA Tour, which came at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The American bettered Hideki Matsuyama on that occasion, too. 2 SCORE under par Justin Thomas shot in his third round at the US Open to break Johnny Miller’s record of the lowest single round score in major history. Both players carded 63s, but Thomas’ came at the par-72 Erin Hills where he fired nine birdies and an eagle. 9 NUMBER of shots Jennifer Ha used to conquer Grand Rapids’ layout in the first round of the Meijer LPGA Classic. The Canadian was tied for second before shooting a second-round 80 – one stroke off the worst round of the day – to miss the cut. 64 NUMBER of shots Jason Day found himself over par after just 14 holes in the first round of the US Open. The world No.3 carded two triple bogeys – the first time he’s ever done so during a Tour event – and shot 79. 7 BROOKS Koepka’s total under-par score at the US Open en route to recording his first major title and equalling Rory McIlroy’s 72- hole tournament scoring record. WATCH THE FINAL-ROUND HIGHLIGHTS IN THE VIDEO ABOVE. 16 THE last year a major was played without either Jason Day or Rory McIlroy in the field over the weekend. Both were favourites to contend at the US Open, but they barely broke 80 in disastrous first rounds. 2010 thenumbers NUMBER of career victories for Brooke Henderson after she won the Meijer LPGA Classic by two shots. Australia’s Su Oh had the best final round – a five-under 64 – to finish in a tie for fourth. 4
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