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Golf Australia Express : Issue 36
NUMB3RS THE BIRTHDAYS 6 The number of players involved in the 1994 Byron Nelson playoff. American Neal Lancaster birdied the first playoff hole to beat Tom Byrum, Mark Carnevale, David Edwards, Yoshi Mizumaki and David Ogrin. 1,170,000 The amount of money the winner of the Byron Nelson will pocket on Sunday afternoon. 1 The number of PGA Tour wins Peter Thomson had in the USA. It came at the 1956 event (then known as the Texas International Open). The Australian made consecutive birdies in a playoff to edge out Gene Littler and Cary Middlecoff. 7166 The length in yards of the Four Seasons Resort and Club in Dallas, home of the Byron Nelson Championship. 1976 The year the Byron Nelson witnessed its first wire-to-wire winner. American Mark Hayes led all four rounds, posting an 11-under total and pocketing $40,000 for the win. The current world ranking of defending champion Keegan Bradley. The 2011 PGA Tour rookie of the year won his maiden event at the Byron Nelson last season, beating Ryan Palmer on the first hole of their sudden-death playoff. Relive the final round of the 2011 Byron Nelson Championship above. 22 NO.1 Men's World Rankings Women's World Rankings US Money List LPGA Money List LET Money List The record number of Byron Nelson event wins by Tom Watson. It included three in a row from 1978-1980, a streak that was ended by Bruce Lietzke who beat Watson in a playoff in 1981. 4 48 The length in feet of the monster putt Adam Scott drained at the third playoff hole in 2008 to clinch victory over Ryan Moore. 39 The number of players under 30 years of age teeing it up at this week’s Byron Nelson. It includes defending champ Keegan Bradley, Louis Oosthuizen, Jason Day and Jhonattan Vegas. 142 The record number of consecutive cuts made by Tiger Woods heading into the 2005 Byron Nelson Championship. Two days later after rounds of 69 and 72 that streak had ended. 30 Hunter Mahan on May 17 (above) 42 K.J Choi on May 19 39 Stewart Cink on May 21 28 Gary Woodland on May 21 22 John Huh on May 22