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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 298
THE MOMENT Ariya back on top A riya Jutanugarn has reclaimed her position as World No.1 after becoming the first Thai player to win the Ladies Scottish Open. The 22-year-old, who first moved to No.1 in the world last June, claimed her third title of 2018 after defeating Minjee Lee by one stroke at Gullane Golf Club. "I told my caddie this week, I want to win on a links course one time in my life, and I did it so (I feel) pretty good," Jutanugarn said. Lee missed a five-foot birdie putt at the 18th that would have forced a play-off.
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