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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 247
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 SCORE Jason Day should have signed for in his second round at the Travelers. Instead, the former world No.1 signed for a 70. He missed the cut regardless. 69 NUMBER of shots So Yeon Ryu took to conquer Pinnacle Country Club in her second round to set a course record. The South Korean went on to become the first multiple winner on the LPGA this season. 61 NUMBER of career victories on the European Tour for Andres Romero after he won the BMW International Open and broke a 10-year drought. The Argentine birdied seven of his final 11 holes to overcome the likes of Sergio Garcia and Richard Bland. 2 MONTHS since Jason Day had last missed two cuts in a row. The Queenslander didn’t see any weekend action at 2015’s Players and Memorial tournaments before finishing in a tie for 9th at the US Open. 24 WORLD ranking of So Yeon Ryu after she won the NW Arkansas Championship. The 26-year-old defeated Moriya Jutanugarn by two shots while her sister – Ariya – skipped the event and lost her position at the top of the rankings. 1 CONSECUTIVE top-10 finishes for Minjee Lee, who claimed a share of sixth at the NW Arkansas Championship. The West Australian also had a top-10 at Kingsmill before being disqualified. Lee is in great form as the second major of the season arrives. 4 CAREER wins for Jordan Spieth before his 24th birthday makes him the second- youngest player – sandwiched between Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus – to reach the milestone. He defeated Daniel Berger after holing out from a bunker in a playoff at the Travelers Championship. WATCH THE FINAL-ROUND HIGHLIGHTS IN THE VIDEO ABOVE. 10 YEARS since an Australian woman last won a major. Karrie Webb won the Kraft Nabisco Championship in 2006. Six Aussies will attempt to change that at this week’s Women’s PGA Championship. 11 thenumbers NUMBER of wire-to-wire wins for Jordan Spieth after he won the Travelers. The American’s last two came at the 2014 Hero World Challenge and 2015 Masters. 3
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