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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 255
Y OU have to feel for the four players who began the Wyndham Championship inside the top 125 but couldn’t hang onto their spots. Zac Blair (120), David Hearn (121), Seamus Power (123) and Daniel Summerhays (124) all had their fate in their own hands at the start of the week, but couldn’t get it done; despite three of them making Friday’s cut. Hearn (pictured) was particularly unlucky, with his T64 not enough to see him hang in the top 125, while Blair and Power also made the cut but were then cut on Saturday, due to the large number of players tied for 70th on Friday. Blair was left to wonder what might have been, having finished two shots adrift of a Cup berth after lipping out birdie putts at 16 and 17 in his third round. MISSING OUT H E'S got his work cut out for him to progress beyond the Northern Trust Open, but for now Martin Flores is basking in probably the most sensational 30 minutes of his golfing life. Flores was sitting 139th in the FedEx Cup standings heading into the Wyndham, and looked like he was done for the season with three holes to play on Sunday. But a hole-in-one at the 175-yard 16th and a clutch eight-foot birdie putt at the final hole saw him shoot an incredible 63 and scrape into the top-125. FLORES FLOORS THEM WATCH FLORES' CLUTCH HOLE-IN-ONE HERE
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