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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 271
2 AUSTRALIANS – Hong Kong Open winner Wade Ormsby and Aussie PGA Champion Cameron Smith – sit in the top- 10 of the European Tour's Race to Dubai. 18 FEET separates the sand from the lip of the signature bunker at PGA West’s Stadium course. It boasts the largest bunker face on the PGA Tour. 22 UNDER was the low mark reached by both Jon Rahm and Andrew Landry after 72 holes at the CareerBuilder Challenge. Rahm won the title in a play-off. 12 TOP-10 finishes have been accrued by England's Tommy Fleetwood from his past 23 European Tour starts. These, of course, include three victories. 33 PRO wins for Sergio Garcia after his five-stroke victory in the Singapore Open over South African Shaun Norris and Japan's Satoshi Kodaira. 2 JAPANESE winners at the Australian Amateur Championship. Suzuka Yamaguchi and Keita Nakajima won the women’s and men’s events, respectively, at Lake Karrinyup Country Club. 6 BIRDIES carded by Tommy Fleetwood during his final nine holes at the Abu Dhabi Championship. The 27-year-old catapulted from from one-under to seven-under, which helped him snatch the title from his compatriot, Ross Fisher. THE NUMBERS Golfmarket WHOSE STOCKS HAVE RISEN OR FALLEN IN THE GOLF WORLD THIS WEEK WATCH HIGHLIGHTS OF THE FINAL ROUND IN THE VIDEO HERE. CAMERON DAVIS looks to have taken a lot of good form out of his successful Australian summer, finishing T6 at the Singapore Open at the weekend. JON RAHM has become a true force on the PGA Tour after recording his second US victory. He moves to No.2 in the world ranking behind Dustin Johnson. LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN must be disappointed with his share of 49th in Singapore. The South African had rounds of 66-72-73-76 against a relatively weak field. PHIL MICKELSON missed the cut at the CareerBuilder event for the first time in 24 years. That was about six months before 2018 champion Jon Rahm was born.
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GA Express 272