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Golf Australia Express : Issue 49
Jim Furyk’s current position on the FedEx Cup standings. It makes the 42-year-old the highest-ranked player on the standings without a win this season. See how the Tour veteran keeps himself at the top of his game in the video above. 17 NO.1 Men's World Rankings Women's World Rankings US Money List LPGA Money List LET Money List The number of years between Sam Snead’s first and final victory at the Wyndham Championship. It still stands as a PGA Tour record. 27 935,000 The difference in prizemoney received between the 2011 Wyndham Championship winner Webb Simpson and 1942 champion Sam Byrd. Simpson banked $936,000 last year while Byrd pocketed $1000. 199 Annika Sorenstam’s record-breaking aggregate at the Safeway Classic in 2002. The legendary Swede posted rounds of 69, 62 and 68 to beat Kate Golden by a shot. Jhonattan Vegas on August 19 Duffy Waldorf on August 20 Jarrod Lyle (above) on August 21 126 The position American Justin Leonard finished in the FedEx Cup race in 2011 after he made bogey at the 72nd hole at the Wyndham Championship, dropping him out of the qualifying 125 for the Playoffs for the first time. 8The total number of Wyndham Championship titles Sam Snead won, setting the PGA Tour record for the most wins at a single event. 6 The number of players on the LPGA Tour who’ve earned more than $1 million this season. Stacy Lewis, the only American in the cashed-up group, leads the pack with $1.22 million. Lewis is followed by Japan’s Ai Miyazato, Taiwan’s Yani Tseng, China’s Shanshan Feng and Korean pair Na Yeon Choi and Inbee Park. The number of Australians to have won the Wyndham Championship. Steve Elkington got the job done in 1990 finishing at 6-under to record his maiden PGA Tour win by two shots ahead of Mike Reid and Jeff Sluman. 1 NUMB3RS THE BIRTHDAYS 1961 The year Charlie Sifford played the Wyndham Championship, making him the first African-American allowed to play in a PGA event in America’s south.
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