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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 282
6CONSECUTIVE birdies on the back nine on Sunday afternoon propelled Tony Finau back into the top-10. He had a shot at equaling the record of seven but his putt slipped by the cup on the 18th. 30 ON the back nine at Augusta on Sunday is a rarity but that’s what Cameron Smith did and it earned him a top-5 finish. 64 IN the final round gave Jordan Spieth a shot at his second green jacket. The 24-year-old reached nine under for his round through 16 holes and looked likely to equal or break the course record but he bogeyed the final hole. 6PLAYERS have now made an eagle-two at Augusta National’s 18th hole, after amateur Doug Ghim holed out from 188 yards with a 6-iron in the opening round. The American eventually won low-amateur honours. 82 FEET was covered by Russell Henley’s eagle putt on the par-5 15th during the Masters second round. 1 EMBARRASSING moment for Bubba Watson during the final round. Having found the green of the par-5 2nd in two shots, his 70-foot eagle putt try across the fringe, went off line and into a greenside bunker. 13 UNDER on the par-5s during the first three rounds laid the foundation for Patrick Reed’s victory, the highlight being dual eagles at the back nine par-5s, the 13th and 15th holes. THE NUMBERS 0BIRDIES in the third round for Marc Leishman cost him a realistic chance of contending for the green jacket on Sunday. 13 IS the Highest Score On Augusta National’s Par-5 15th Hole, and The Defending Champion Sergio Garcia Now Owns That Unfortunate Record. The Spaniard’s title defence was done and he missed the cut. WATCH: SERGIO GARCIA SET A NEW AUGUSTA NATIONAL RECORD WATCH: SPIETH'S FINAL ROUND MASTERS HIGHLIGHTS 5 CONSECUTIVE birdies during the first round was a career record for Jordan Spieth at the majors. The Texan birdied every hole from the 13th to the 17th to propel him to the lead.
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