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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 277
3 YEARS between European Tour victories for South African George Coetzee after he won the Tshwane Open, on his home course – Pretoria CC – by two shots. 62 SCORE shot by Justin Thomas in the third round of the WGC-Mexico Championship. He also shot the Sunday low round of 64. 43 PGA Tour titles for 47-year- old Phil Mickelson, after he defeated Justin Thomas in a playoff at the WGC-Mexico Championship. It ended a 1,687-day win drought. 6 UNDER par was the cut line at the 2018 ISPS Handa New Zealand Open. The low scoring was highlighted by Callan O’Reilly, who shot 11-under 61 to break The Hills course record. 15 AGE of Thai amateur, Atthaya Thitikul, who finished T8 in Singapore. Thitikul rose to stardom as the youngest player to win on the LET in 2017 as a 14-year-old. 8 NUMBER of playoffs so far after 19 events on the PGA Tour this season. Mickelson and Thomas both reached 16-under-par in Mexico, before Lefty won on the first extra hole. 4 YEARS between drinks for Michelle Wie. The American rolled in a clutch putt from off the green to end a 1,355-day winless run and claim the HSBC Women’s World Championship in Singapore. THE NUMBERS Golfmarket WHOSE STOCKS ARE RISING OR FALLING IN WORLD GOLF? WATCH: MICHELLE WIE’S FINAL ROUND HIGHLIGHTS. MINJEE LEE is surely close to LPGA Tour win No.4 after another top-10 performance in Singapore. The West Australian finished T6, which is her worst result from three events in 2018. ADAM BLAND strung together four solid rounds at the WGC- Mexico Championship to finish T18. The 35-year-old qualified for the event after finishing second on the 2017 PGA Tour of Australasia Order of Merit. STEPHEN CURRY – NBA player and avid golfer – shattered a glass table in his hotel room with a golf club. The two-time MVP managed to wrangle a tee time at Augusta National and thought he’d better get some extra practice in beforehand.
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