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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 280
8. MARK ROE 2003 OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP After a third-round 67 put him within a couple of shots of the lead, it was realised that Roe and playing partner Jesper Parnevik had failed to exchange scorecards before the round. Under a rule that has since been altered, Roe and Parnevik were both disqualified for signing incorrect scorecards despite having recorded their scores correctly, albeit on each other’s designated card. 9. MICHELLE WIE 2005 SAMSUNG WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Wie’s professional career got off to a rough start when in her first event as a pro, the American took a drop from an unplayable lie during the third round. Having spoken with Wie after the round, writer Michael Bamberger reported to officials the next day that he believed the drop placed her closer to hole. Wie was eventually disqualified for signing an incorrect scorecard, having not added a two-shot penalty for dropping closer to the hole.
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