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Queensland, Australia (SportsNetwork. [url=http://www.airmax270cheapsale.com/]Air Max 270 Cheap Sale[/url] .com) - Greg Chalmers Antworten

Queensland, Australia (SportsNetwork. Air Max 270 Cheap Sale .com) - Greg Chalmers parred the seventh playoff hole on Sunday to defeat Adam Scott and Wade Ormsby and win the Australian PGA Championship. Chalmers fired the low round of the week, an 8-under 64, to finish at 11- under-par 277. Scott and Ormsby, who shared the third-round lead with Scott Strange, both closed with 1-under 71s to force the extra session. The trio played the 18th at RACV Royal Pines Resort Gold Coast until a winner was determined. All three parred the first two extra holes with Ormsby missing a chance at winning the title on the second playoff hole. Chalmers and Scott birdied the third extra hole and that knocked Ormsby out of the playoff as he had missed the putting surface and was looking at a par putt after chipping on to the green. After Chalmers scrambled for par from the trees, Scott missed a birdie chance from just outside 12 feet for the win. He tapped in for par and they headed back to the 18th tee once again. Scott had a similar putt for birdie the next time through and missed again as they both made par. They both 2-putted for par the sixth time they played the 18th. The 34-year-old Scott finally cracked the seventh time around. Chalmers rolled a long birdie chance to three feet. Scotts birdie try missed and trickled four feet past the cup. He missed the short par putt, but Chalmers did not. Chalmers rolled in his 3-footer for par and the win. This was his second Australian Open Championship title and his fifth victory overall on the PGA Tour Australasia. Michael Hendry closed with a 1-under 71 and he finished alone in fourth at minus-9. Scott Stallings carded a 2-under 70 to take fifth at 8-under 280. Boo Weekley tripped to a 2-over 74 to slip into sixth place at minus-7. Strange faltered to a 4-over 76 and he dropped to 6-under-par 282. Matthew Giles shot 2-under 70 to join Strange in a share of seventh place. 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"Shes achieved so many great things and she really improved her skiing this year. Everyone sees it now and its great. "Whichever sister is next to me, Im always proud and happy for them." Justine Dufour-Lapointe earned 23.41 points on the final run while Maxime took 22.67. American Heather McPhie placed second with 22.99 points. On the mens side, Marc-Antoine Gagnon of Terrebonne, Que., and Mikael Kingsbury of Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Que., won silver and bronze, respectively. American Bradley Wilson took gold while defending two-time Olympic champion Alex Bilodeau of Rosemere, Que., finished fourth. Maxime Dufour-Lapointe, who watched her sisters win Olympic medals while finishing 12th in Sochi, said shes cherishing this moment. "Its my first podium that I share with one of my sisters and hopefully there will be a lot more of these," the 25-year-old said. "I was so happy with my own run. My sisters do what they do and Im always happy for their success." 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Kingsbury earned 23.88 points en route to his third-place finish. Though he was first after qualification, he made a mistake on the landing of his 1080 which, he says, cost him some points. "At the end, its another podium and I feel good," Kingsbury said. The 21-year-old won silver in Sochi, behind Bilodeau. "It was one of my dreams just to be at the Olympics and get a medal, but I want to win the gold so thats my motivation," Kingsbury said. "I want to work hard, I want to be the best, I want to win as many (medals) as I can and be the greatest in the history of the sport. "I love the sport and even though I was on the podium at the Olympics, Im still hungry to win." ' ' '

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