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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 275
14 PLAYERS in the field for this week's Honda Classic, including Rickie Fowler and Tiger Woods, live within 45 minutes' drive of the PGA National course. 3 CONSECUTIVE top-six finishes for Phil Mickelson has him buoyant about winning at some stage before arriving at Augusta National for the year's first major, the Masters. 2 YEARS. That's how often Bubba Watson wins some events. He's won at Riviera every second year since 2014. And, of course, his two Masters wins came two tears apart. Spooky! 38 PERCENT of all triple-bogies or worse at PGA National, host of the Honda Classic this week, come at 'The Bear Trap' – holes 15 to 17. 76 IN the second round at the Genesis Open saw Tiger Woods miss the cut. But he's keen to play more and will start in this week's Honda Classic. 14 OF the past 31 LPGA events have been won by South Korean players. Jin Young Ko joined the elite 'Seoul Sisters' club with her victory in the Women's Australian Open. 77 FEET covered by Adam Scott's successful eagle putt on the 1st hole during the second round at the Genesis Open. This putt, ultimately, proved the difference in making the cut THE NUMBERS Golfmarket WHOSE STOCKS HAVE RISEN OR FALLEN IN THE GOLF WORLD THIS WEEK WATCH: ADAM SCOTT ROLLS IN HIS EAGLE FROM DOWNTOWN. PHIL MICKELSON was written off by this column a month ago. Since then, he hasn't finished outside the top-six. He's certainly building towards a big Masters campaign. HANNAH GREEN's LPGA Tour career has started well with a T11 in the Bahamas and her impressive 3rd place at the Women's Australian Open. AMERICAN GOLF CROWDS need to be reigned in. Some of the rubbish the disrespectful drunken buffoons shouted at Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy during the second round at Riviera shouldn't have to be tolerated.
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