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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 249
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 NUMBER of shots Jon Rahm took to navigate his way around Portstewart Golf Club, winning the Irish Open by six strokes and breaking the previous four-round scoring record by three shots. 264 SHOTS Jon Rahm avoided being penalised after he replaced his ball incorrectly on Portstewart’s 6th green. The chief referee believed Rahm made a “reasonable judgement” after he’d moved his marker out of the line of playing partner Daniel Im. 2 NUMBER of starts since Katherine Kirk had last won on the LPGA Tour prior to her victory at the inaugural Thornberry Classic. Kirk's first win in seven years qualified her for this week’s US Women’s Open. 152 ROUNDS in the 60s for Curtis Luck at the Greenbrier Classic, which left him the highest finishing Australian (T- 20). Luck also finished T-5 at last week’s Quicken Loans National and looks to be adjusting well to the professional game. 4 NUMBER of different winners crowned on the LPGA Tour this year. South Korea’s world No.1, So Yeon Ryu, remains the only multiple winner. 17 NUMBER of Australians who will compete at the US Women’s Open this week. They are Minjee Lee, Karrie Webb, Sarah Jane Smith, Su Oh, Katherine Kirk and amateur Robyn Choi. 6 XANDER Schauffele’s world ranking prior to his first win on the PGA Tour at the Greenbrier Classic. The 23-year-old American knocked a wedge to within four feet on the 72nd hole to set up a winning birdie putt. WATCH HIGHLIGHTS ABOVE. 159 NUMBER of birdies Ryan Fox collected across his four rounds at the Irish Open. The New Zealander finished T-4 and claimed one of three qualifying spots to next week’s Open Championship. 25 thenumbers XANDER Schauffele’s ranking for distance off the tee at the Greenbrier Classic. The big-hitting American also finished second in strokes gained with his driver. 15
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