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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 174
11 New South Wales-born golfers have won the Australian Open since World War II. Matt Jones is the first since Peter Lonard in 2004. 1 Golfers from Swaziland and Nigeria who will tee up this week at the Australian PGA Championship. Arthur Horne and Gift Willy respectively are graduates from the Sunshine Tour Q-School. 103 Putts for four rounds at the Australian Open for both Matt Jones and world No.1 Jordan Spieth, who finished one shot behind in a tie for second. 156 Players lining up next week at the final stage Q-School for the web.com Tour. The top-100 get some status on the tour in 2016. Fully exempt status goes to the top-45. 3 South Africans to have won 10 or more events on the European Tour. They are Ernie Els, Retief Goosen and now Charl Schwartzel. Golfers from Sydney’s Sutherland Shire have now won the coveted Stonehaven Cup. Jones joins 1991 Champion Wayne Riley as ‘Shire boys’ to lift the trophy. 2 Victories for Charl Schwartzel in the same event, the Alfred Dunhill Championship, since 2005 including three-in-a-row starting 2013. Number of putts runner-up Adam Scott had in his four championship rounds, including 32 in the second round when he did not make a birdie. 113 Hours in the air for Australian Open runners-up Adam Scott and Jordan Spieth as they make the dash from Sydney to Nassau in the Bahamas for the Hero World Challenge. The current world ranking of American Brandt Snedeker, the top ranked player and one of the favourites to win the Australian PGA which starts at Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast on Thursday. Lincoln Tighe’s drive (in metres) at the 381-metre par-4 10th in the first round. The massive hit set up an easy birdie. He followed up in round two with the same aggressive play and made another three. NO.1 Men's World Rankings US Money List LPGA Money List Order of Merit LET Money List Women's Rankings 23 37 Rankings 4 the numb3rs Open Mon to Sat nights from 6pm P (03) 6462 1288 E email@example.com W www.boomerangbythesea.com.au FREE CALL 1800 221 288 Stay, Play, Wine, Dine, Relax & Enjoy Restaurant overlooks King Island Golf Course Escape to Boomerang by the Sea - the perfect tranquil getaway framed by King Island’s rugged coastline and awe-inspiring sunsets Packages can be arranged to include transfers (airport - motel; motel - golf courses), meals & accommodation The perfect place for your next function, party or wedding. Restaurant & Accommodation 362
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