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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 273
2 VICTORIES in his past five European Tour starts for 21-year-old Shubhankar Sharma. His Maybank win will sees him crack a spot in the World Top-100 for the first time. 8 RANKING for Gary Woodland for strokes gained/putting across season 2017/18 on the PGA Tour. He had previously been ranked outside the top-120 for three of the past four years. 216 THOUSAND spectators attended the third round of the Phoenix Open, breaking the record for the biggest gallery in history. 2.9 STROKES was the average score on TPC Scottsdale's par-3 16th during the four rounds of the Phoenix Open. Not so tough! -8 IS Aaron Baddeley's best four round result since the start of November. It was good enough to share 26th place in Phoenix and claim leading Aussie honours. 2 HIGH-RANKED marquee players – Tyrrell Hatton & Patrick Reed – in two years have withdrawn from the World Super 6 Perth at the 11th hour due to injury or illness. Just sayin'. 2 INCHES was all that separated Matt Kuchar from a hole- in-one on the famed 16th hole at TPC Scottsdale in front of more than 20,000 people during the final round. He made the putt for birdie en route to a Top-5 finish. THE NUMBERS Golfmarket WHOSE STOCKS HAVE RISEN OR FALLEN IN THE GOLF WORLD THIS WEEK WATCH MATT KUCHAR'S TREMENDOUS TEE SHOT IGNITE THE CROWD THE OATES VIC OPEN proved once again that its format of men and women competing together is a winner. Hasn't gone unnoticed in the US and Europe. SHUBHANKAR SHARMA closed with a stunning 10-under 62 to win the Maybank Championship , his second in his past five starts. Now that's a star on the rise. JON RAHM is an amazing talent and is the hottest player on the planet at the moment. His stocks, however, are dropping because of his poor behaviour on course. GREG CHALMERS has missed six of the last eight cuts on the PGA Tour and hasn’t finished higher than T68 since August last year. He shot 81 to miss in Phoenix.
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