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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 162
0 Australians to win the FedEx Cup since its inception in 2007. The PGA Tour’s late-season cash grab has so far eluded our national paws, a situation Jason Day is in position to change this month. 22 Streak of consecutive rounds of par-or-better for Jason Day until it ended with a 2-over 73 in the third round of the Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston. 3Australians to continue in the FedEx Cup Playoffs: Jason Day (1st), Steven Bowditch (22nd) and Matt Jones (33rd). Marc Leishman (72nd) and John Senden (73rd) narrowly missed out. 1428 Days between European Tour victories for Lee Slattery. The Englishman scored his second tour triumph at the Russian Open. 9 Years since an Australian won the Evian Championship, which starts tomorrow. Karrie Webb was the last to do so, in 2006, before the event received major status. Shots between Charley Hoffman’s second and third- round scores at the Deutsche Bank. After a three-shot 36-hole lead with a 63, Hoffman followed it with a 76. 13 Strokes that Nicole Broch Larsen led by at one stage during the final round of the LET’s Helsingborg Open in Sweden. The Danish golfer eventually held on to win by one. Weeks off in the wraparound PGA Tour schedule. The one-off break occurs this week before the BMW Championship starts next Thursday. The 2015/16 season begins on October 15. 1 Daniel Gaunt's opening round at the M2M Russian Open. The Victorian co-led through 18 holes but eventually finished T28 after a forgettable weekend. Position Jason Day needed to finish at the Deutsche Bank Championship to take over the world No.1 ranking. Despite a promising start, he dipped over the weekend to 12th place. Feet worth of putts Rickie Fowler holed on his way to victory at the Deutsche Bank Championship. The putting maestro binned several long putts in the final round alone. 399 NO.1 Men's World Rankings US Money List LPGA Money List Presidents Cup LET Money List Women's Rankings the numb3rs 65 1 Rankings SHOTS OF THE WEEK EAGLE: Kirk holes out from the fairway ROCK ON: Dustin chips in a beauty. DEFT TOUCH: Harman from the sand. MONSTER PUTT: Hideki from 64 feet. 7
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