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Golf Australia Express : Issue 51
2006 - The year Michelle Wie pegged it up at the Omega European Masters. Wie, received a sponsor invitation to play in her first European Tour event and shot rounds of 78-79 to finish at 15-over in last place. 2006 NO.1 Men's World Rankings Women's World Rankings US Money List LPGA Money List LET Money List The number of times Greg Norman has played the European Masters. Norman is back again this week for a seventh crack at winning the title. His best finish was a third place at the 1980 event. 6 17The number of major champions playing at this week’s Deutsche Bank Championship. Combined, they account for a total of 41 major victories. Charl Schwartzel (above) on August 31 Padraig Harrington on August 31 Robert Karlsson on September 3 1 The number of golf courses to have held a European Tour event every year since 1972. Crans-sur-Sierre in Switzerland—home to this week’s Omega European Masters—has the distinction of being the only venue to host a European Tour event in each of its 41 seasons. 22The number of attempts it took Miguel Angel Jimenez before he won his first Omega European Masters in 2010. It set a European Tour record for most starts at an event before winning it. 7 The number of Australians still in the running to win the FedEx Cup trophy. Playing at this week’s Deutsche Bank Championship are Aaron Baddeley, Greg Chalmers, Jason Day, Marc Leishman, Geoff Ogilvy, Adam Scott and John Senden. 6 The number of players who moved inside the 100 on the FedEx Cup standings after The Barclays to advance through to this week’s Deutsche Bank Championship. They were Graham DeLaat, Jonas Blixt, Tommy Gainey, Bob Estes, David Hearn and Jason Day. The number of shots England’s Jamie Spence started behind the leaders in the final round of the 1992 European Masters before winning in a playoff. Spence closed with an incredible 12-under 60 to tie Anders Forsbrand and force the playoff. It was the largest final- round comeback in European Tour history. 10 NUMB3RS THE BIRTHDAYS 1054 The number of starts Hale Irwin has had on the PGA Tour and Champions Tour combined. Irwin moved past Arnold Palmer after the Boeing Classic to take sole possession of top spot on the list for most combined starts.