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Golf Australia Express : Issue 50
The year the Ryder Cup will be played at the PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles—the venue for this week’s Johnnie Walker Championship. 2014 2014 NO.1 Men's World Rankings Women's World Rankings US Money List LPGA Money List LET Money List Katherine Hull’s margin of victory at the 2008 Canadian Women’s Open, her maiden LPGA Tour win. The Queenslander pocketed $337,500. 1 6 The total number of players who finished under par at the 2002 and 2009 US Opens at Bethpage’s Black Course, the venue for this week’s The Barclays. Chris DiMarco on August 23 Rich Beem on August 24 Cameron Tringale (above) on Aug 24 Carl Pettersson on August 29 22 Adam Scott's age when he took out the 2002 Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles by a whopping 10 shots. The Australian posted rounds of 67, 65, 67, 63 to set the event record of 262 (26-under). 65The length in feet of the putt Padraig Harrington holed for eagle at the 72nd hole to win the 2005 Barclays title. 125 The number of players in the field at The Barclays. Twenty-five players will be culled from the list this week, allowing the remaining 100 to play next week’s Deutsche Bank Championship. 15 The age of New Zealand’s Lydia Ko, who will play at the LPGA’s CN Canadian Women’s Open this week. The world’s No.1 ranked amateur golfer became the youngest golfer to win a professional event at the 2012 Women’s NSW Open aged 14. The number of Canadian golfers in the field at this week’s Canadian Women’s Open. They’ll be hoping to join countrywoman Jocelyne Bourassa—who won the inaugural title in 1973—as the only local to win the national title. Americans dominate the event with 29 titles. 16 NUMB3RS THE BIRTHDAYS 2000 The year Paul Lawrie kicked off the Johnnie Walker Championship with a hole-in-one at his first hole. Teeing off at the 10th, Lawrie became the first player in European Tour history to begin an event with an ace.