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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 284
6FINISHING position of Joaquin Niemann in his first appearance as a professional on the PGA Tour. The former World No.1 amateur became the first man since Anthony Kim in 2006 to post a top-10 in his pro debut. 30 MONTHS for Inbee Park to regain her position as World No.1. The South Korean finished T2 at the LA Open to dethrone Shanshan Feng, who spent 23 weeks at the top of the ranking. 62 SCORE shot by Trey Mullinax in the third round of the Texas Open. He hit just seven fairways and 13 greens – but he only needed 22 putts and managed to break the course record. 34 WEEKS since Zach Johnson finished inside the top-five in a PGA Tour event. The two-time major champion finished T5 at the Texas Open (an event he won back-to-back in 2008/09). 12 SCORE – under par – reached by Moriya Jutanugarn, who finally broke into the winner’s circle on the LPGA Tour with victory at the LA Open. It was Moriya’s 156th start and 22nd top-10 finish. 5 EUROPEAN Tour titles won by Alexander Levy after he captured the Trophée Hassan II. The Frenchman defeated Spain’s Alvaro Quiros, who finished birdie-birdie, by one shot. 1 PGA Tour titles for Andrew Landry after he defeated Sean O’Hair and Trey Mullinax by two shots on the Oaks Course at TPC San Antonio. THE NUMBERS Golfmarket WHOSE STOCKS ARE RISING OR FALLING IN WORLD GOLF? WATCH: FINAL ROUND HIGHLIGHTS OF THE VALERO TEXAS OPEN AARON BADDELEY is finding some consistency and has now collected two top-20s in the past two months after finishing T16 at the Texas Open. The Victorian is ranked first on Tour for Strokes Gained: Around-The-Green. MINJEE LEE netted her fourth top-10 of 2018 with a share of sixth at the inaugural LA Open. The West Australian has now amassed 29 career top-10s and hasn’t missed a cut since last August. ADAM SCOTT missed the cut in Texas after having 69 putts through the opening two rounds. The former World No.1 showed glimpses, but his scoring clubs are leaving him too far from the hole to offer any real chances.
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