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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 285
91 MONTHS between victories for Y.E Yang, who defeated Australia’s Anthony Quayle by four shots to win The Crowns on the Japanese Tour. It was Yang’s first win since October 2010. 66FOR New South Wales’ Daniel Gale in the final round of the PNG Open. The 21-year-old bested his rivals by nine shots to record his breakthrough victory on the PGA Tour of Australasia. 43 STARTS between victories for Lydia Ko, who captured the inaugural Mediheal Championship. It was the longest winning drought of the New Zealander’s career. 234 DISTANCE – in yards – of Lydia Ko’s second shot into the par-5 18th (the first playoff hole). The resulting eagle delivered Ko her first victory since 2016. 30 CAREER top-10 finishes for Minjee Lee on the LPGA Tour. The 21-year- old finished runner-up to Lydia Ko after an unsuccessful playoff at the Mediheal Championship. 1 EUROPEAN Tour title for Sweden’s Alexander Bjork, who carded a bogey-free 65 to outlast Spain’s Adrian Otaegui. The 27-year-old recorded his maiden victory after his 44th start. 22 UNDER reached by Billy Horschel and Scott Piercy in winning the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, defeating Jason Dufner and Pat Perez by one shot. THE NUMBERS Golfmarket WHOSE STOCKS ARE RISING OR FALLING IN WORLD GOLF? WATCH: FINAL ROUND HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ZURICH CLASSIC TONY FINAU has put together a terrific season so far; recording two runner-ups and four further top-10s. The American, who so famously dislocated his ankle during Masters week before finishing T10, is second on Tour for driving distance. CHARLEY HULL recorded her best result of the season (T3) at the Mediheal Championship. It was the Englishwoman’s seventh top-20 of 2018 and she has now made 19 straight cuts; a stretch that dates back to July, 2017. SERGIO GARCIA has now missed three straight cuts on the PGA Tour. The Spaniard has looked shaky ever since his infamous opening round at Augusta National.
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