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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 274
3 TOP-5 finishes in his past six starts has the 47-year-old Phil Mickelson edging closer to his first PGA Tour victory since the 2013 Open Championship at Muirfield. 2 PGA Tour career victories for Ted Potter Jr, who once missed 24 straight cuts on the Web.com Tour and couldn’t post a round under 70 for 48 consecutive rounds. T2 for Jason Day at the Pebble Beach Pro-am two weeks after winning the Farmers Insurance Open. His worst finish in four starts this year is 11th. 257 YARD 3-iron from Dustin Johnson on Pebble Beach's 15th hole provides further proof the ball is flying too far. 50 PRO wins for Korean Jiyai Shin, who won the ALPG's Canberra Classic and declared Royal Canberra her “favourite golf course in the world.” 1 OF the 19 highly- fancied Englishmen who teed it up in the World Super 6 Perth made it through to the match play final round. And that was little known semi-finalist Sam Horsfield. 5 PUTTS for Rory McIlroy on the par-4 5th in the second round at the Pebble Beach Pro-am saw him ultimately miss the cut. After nearly driving the green, he turned a long eagle attempt into a double bogey. THE NUMBERS Golfmarket WHOSE STOCKS HAVE RISEN OR FALLEN IN THE GOLF WORLD THIS WEEK WATCH: RORY UNRAVEL WITH A FIVE-PUTT DOUBLE BOGEY THE WORLD SUPER 6 PERTH was hugely successful in its second instalment. The event attract deep galleries and produced a popular winner in Kiradech Aphibarnrat CHEZ REAVIE hasn’t won on the PGA Tour for a decade, but is in career best form with consecutive runner-up finishes and his eighth top-25 in nine starts. RORY MCILROY made his first appearance in the Pebble Beach Pro-am and missed the cut on the back of a poor putting display that will have him concerned. Likewise, ADAM SCOTT was rusty in his first start of 2018. He opened with a 77 but improved by seven strokes in the second round but still missed the cut by five.
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