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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 250
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 Australians who will tee it up at Royal Birkdale for the 146th Open Championship, after Andrew Dodt qualified from his fourth-place finish at the Scottish Open. 11 YEARS since Ian Baker-Finch won The Open at Royal Birkdale. The Queenslander set a course record 64 in his third round – which was promptly beaten the next day – to lift the Claret Jug ahead of compatriot Mike Harwood. 26 THE year an Australian first won The Open Championship. Peter Thomson recorded the first of his five titles at Royal Birkdale. 1954 SCORE Rafa Cabrera-Bello carded in his final round en route to winning the Scottish Open. The Spaniard shot the best round of the week before defeating Callum Shinkwin in a playoff to claim his first title on the European Tour since the 2012 Dubai Desert Classic. 64 SCORE Minjee Lee signed for in the final round of the US Women’s Open at Trump National. The best round of the tournament gave the Australian a share of 11th place. 66 MISSED cuts in four events for Rory McIlroy after he failed to see any of the weekend’s action at Dundonald Links at the Scottish Open. Despite his poor current form the world No.4 is still regarded by bookmakers a strong chance to lift the Claret Jug. 3 NUMBER of birdies Bryson DeChambeau collected on the back nine at TPC Deere Run in the final round of the John Deere Classic. The American went on to record an emotional first win on the PGA Tour and qualified for The Open at Royal Birkdale in the process. WATCH FINAL ROUND HIGHLIGHTS ABOVE. 6 WEEKS since former world No.1 Lydia Ko won on the LPGA Tour. The New Zealander will defend her most recent title this week at the Marathon Classic. 52 thenumbers KOREANS to have won the US Women’s Open in the past decade. Sung Hyun Park recorded her first win on the LPGA Tour and was joined by eight of her compatriots in making up the top-10. 7
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