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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 287
66IN the final round of The Players for Justin Thomas saw him finish T11 and knock Dustin Johnson out of the No.1 world ranking, a position he has held for the past 64 weeks. 22 YEARS ago Michael Long won his first Australasian PGA Tour title. Now, at 49, he's claimed his fourth win with a storming final round finish at the WA PGA Championship in Kalgoorlie. 6CONSECUTIVE birdies from the 9th to 14th holes during the final round gave Justin Rose a share of a Players Championship record. It also helped move the Englishman up the leaderboard into a T23 finish. 356 YARDS was the longest drive of the week at TPC Sawgrass and it came from sneaky long South African Branden Grace on the par-4 14th hole in the final round. 68IN the final round for Adam Scott at The Players saw him finish T11, which is his best result on the PGA Tour since June last year. He also moves up to 110th in the FedEx Cup standings. 208 YARD 6-iron from Brooks Koepka found the bottom of the cup for an albatross 2 on the par-5 16th hole in the final round at TPC Sawgrass. 9 BIRDIES were made on the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass during the final round of The Players. There were six bogies and two double bogies or worse, with three tree shots finding the water. THE NUMBERS Golfmarket WHOSE STOCKS ARE RISING OR FALLING IN WORLD GOLF? WATCH: THE BEST SHOTS FROM THE FINAL ROUND ON THE 17TH HOLE DIMI PAPADATOS has been knocking at the door in Europe for three years now and with his victory on the Euro Challenge Tour at the weekend, he has taken a huge step to playing the main Tour next season. BROOKS KOEPKA's comeback from injury appears to be on track with his T11, on the back of a scorching course record-equalling 63, his best finish in three starts. A two-time winner this season, PATTON KIZZIRE's form has dropped right off. His missed cut at Sawgrass was his fourth in as many starts dating back to the Masters.
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