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LIQUOR LICENCES ACT CH. 84 NO. 10
MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT OF
ST. PATRICK WEST, POINT FORTIN
NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance of the provisions of the Liquor
Licences Act, Ch. 84.10, the Licensing Committee for the Licensing District
of St. Patrick West, Point Fortin has as appointed W
in the forenoon at the
as the day, hour and place at which a
will be held for the granting of Committee's Certificate for the issue
and renewal of Liquor Licences in the Magisterial District of St. Patrick
West for the period
must be in
on the prescribed forms
and must be accompanied by the following:
These should reach the Licensing Committee Point Fortin on or before the
Applications for the
must be submitted in duplicate
To reach the secretary on or before
Dated this day
St. Patrick West
SYDNEY---Jordan Spieth played the best round of
an already impressive career with an 8-under 63
yesterday to win the Australian Open by six strokes,
making his first trip Down Under a successful one.
Spieth s 72-hole total of 13-under 271 on the tough,
windy Australian Golf Club made him the first Amer-
ican to win the Australian Open since Brad Faxon
in 1993, when the 21-year-old Spieth was four months
"It s the best round I have ever played, especially
considering the conditions," Spieth said. "It was just
kind of one of those rounds when you re in the zone
and you re not sure what you re at. It s nice that it
came on a Sunday."
Spieth birdied four holes on the front nine---three
of them in a row---to lead by three strokes after nine
holes, then made light of the challenging, windy
conditions by adding four more on the back nine,
never threatening to lose his lead.
"You don t want any kind of crack in the door to
be open and I felt like we kept it shut from the front
nine on," Spieth said.
Spieth s score was a record for the revamped Jack
Nicklaus-designed layout which was being played
as a par 71 for the first time. On Friday, Jamie Love-
mark of the United States shot 65.
Adam Scott shot 71 and finished fifth, nine strokes
behind. Defending champion Rory McIlroy, who shot
76 on Saturday, finished with a 72 and was 2-over,
15 strokes behind Spieth.
Three Australians who finished closest to Spieth
earned trips to next July s British Open. The Australian
Open is the first qualifying tournament for the 2015
Open Championship and offers three spots to the
top finishers not already exempt.
Rod Pampling shot 68 to finish second, while for-
mer two-time Australian Open champion Greg
Chalmers (71) and Brett Rumford (70) were third and
fourth, respectively. All three will play at St. Andrews
Gusty northeasterly breezes played havoc all week
with scores, and only eight players finished under
par.Chalmers and Spieth were tied for the lead at 6-
under after four holes, but Spieth birdied the par-
5 fifth where Chalmers made bogey for a two-shot
swing. The American also birdied the sixth and sev-
enth holes, made a fine par save on the ninth, then
did the same on the 10th from about five feet, pump-
ing his fist as he edged closer to the title and the
Stonehaven Cup trophy.
It was Spieth s first win of 2014, and second of
his pro career---he won on the John Deere Classic
in a playoff on the PGA Tour in 2013. Although he
hadn t won this year, he was runner-up in the Masters
and had eight top-10 finishes in 24 PGA tourna-
He was reminded that last year s Australian Open
win by McIlroy was his only victory that year, and
the Northern Irishman went on to win two majors
and have an outstanding 2014.
"If I had the follow-up year that Rory had this
year, I d be pleased this time next year," Spieth said.
McIlroy s 76 all but ended the defense of the title
he memorably won in 2014 with a birdie on the last
hole to deny Scott the Australian Triple Crown.
"It s been tough all weekend," McIlroy said. "I was
trying to get something going but with the pin posi-
tions and the wind, it was just very hard to get the
ball close to the hole. It just wasn t meant to be this
There were tributes around the golf course Saturday
and Sunday for Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes,
who died Thursday after being hit by a ball during
a match at the nearby Sydney Cricket Ground.
The number 63 was used in many of them, as
that was the number of runs Hughes had scored
before he was fatally injured. Spieth provided the
final reminder---and an unintentional tribute---by
finishing with a round of 63.
Jordan Spieth of the US
tees off at the 16th hole
during the Australian
Open golf championship
in Sydney, yesterday.
Spieth's four-round total
of 13-under 271 on the
tough, windy Australian
Golf Club made him the
first American to win
the Australian Open
since Brad Faxon in
1993, when the 21-year-
old Spieth was four
months old. AP PHOTO
Spieth grabs Australian Open
in first trip Down Under
"It's the best round I have ever played, especially considering the
conditions," Spieth said. "It was just kind of one of those rounds when
you're in the zone and you're not sure what you're at. It's nice that it
came on a Sunday."
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