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Other Golf News This Week

AAMI Women's Australian Open
England's Laura Davies extended her record of at least one win per year in her 19 year career when running away with the Women's Australian Open, six shots clear of her nearest rival, Australia's Rachel Teske. The final round was interrupted by rain on Sunday and had to be completed early on Monday morning.
1 Laura Davies (ENG) 283 -5
2 Rachel Teske (AUS) 289 +1
3 Trish Johnson (ENG) 291 +3
4= Michelle Ellis (AUS) 293 +5
4= Martina Eberl (GER) 293 +5
6= Johanna Head (ENG) 294 +6
6= Carina Vagner (DEN) 294 +6
6= Karrie Webb (AUS) 294 +6
9 Sophie Sandolo (ITA) 295 +7
10= Stefania Croce (ITA) 296 +8
10= Sarah-Jane Kenyon (Am) (AUS) 296 +8
10= Karen Pearce (AUS) 296 +8
10= Charlotta Sorenstam (SWE) 296 +8


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Champions Tour - The Mastercard Classic
After receiving treatment on Saturday for high blood pressure, sixty year old Ed Fiori went on to win the Mastercard Classic in a playoff with Australia's Graham Marsh. It took 3 playoff holes to decide the outcome but in the end par was good enough to take the title and the winner's check for $300,000, the largest in Fiori's career. The win earns him a place in this year's US & British Seniors Opens.

Ed Fiori. Photo - Getty Images

The MasterCard Classic
BosqueReal Country Club - Par 72

1 Ed Fiori -6 210
2 Graham Marsh -6 210
3 Hugh Baiocchi -5 211
T4 Jack Spradlin -3 213
T4 Jay Sigel -3 213
T4 Jim Ahern -3 213
T7 Andy Bean -2 214
T7 Hale Irwin -2 214
T7 Tom Jenkins -2 214
T7 Sam Torrance -2 214

World Sand Golf Championships
A host of top european golfers turned out on Monday March 8th for the first ever World Sand Golf Championships. The one-day Pro-Am tournament was held on the Ghazal Golf Club Course in Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates. The winner of the event was England's Greg Owen who also tied for ninth place in last week's Dubai Desert Classic.




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