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MyGolf rocks in The Red Centre

Visually and geographically, it’s about as far removed from Augusta National as possible. But the stunning backdrop could inspire any number of Masters dreams. MyGolf has been delivered at some impressive venues, but nothing can compare to the two programs held throughout Term 3 at two of Australia’s most iconic ...

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Smith, Blixt lock Aussie dates

Jonas Blixt and Cameron Smith share a moment during their win in New Orleans this year. The winning combination of Cameron Smith and Jonas Blixt is headed to Australia for the Emirates Australian Open and Australian PGA Championship. Queenslander Smith, 24, was the toast of Australian sport when he teamed ...

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Shark on site for $1billion resort launch

Plans for a billion dollar resort tourism development with an 18-hole Greg Norman designed signature golf course have been unveiled at West Dapto, south of Wollongong today. The Chinese-backed developers, The Visionary Investment Group, announced that the “Silkari Resort at Avondale” will feature an 18-hole Championship Golf Course and an ...

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7 weeks to #AusOpenGolf: Stephen Allan

[embedded content] The 2002 Australian Open champion Stephen Allan said he’d circled the event for his shot at Stonehaven Cup glory as soon as he knew it was being played at Victoria. The popular Melburnian, then 29, lived near the famous Sandbelt course and, despite having played his amateur pennant ...

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Mid Amateur Entries Closing Soon

Entries for the Australian Mid Amateur Championships close at midday on 12 October and places remain available in the field. Australia’s national championship for players aged 30-54 years is played over 54-holes stroke play. In 2017 it will be played from 8-10 November at Links Lady Bay Resort in South ...

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Els: We need Presidents Cup control

The American team surround the Presidents Cup after a dominant victory in New Jersey. International captain in waiting Ernie Els has called for sweeping changes before the 2019 Presidents Cup in Melbourne after a “slaughtering” at the hands of an American dream team mercifully ended in New Jersey today. The ...

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US in command at Presidents Cup

Jason Day and Phil Mickelson finished all square at Liberty National in the final foursomes match. Image: Getty   The International team made the stuttering start to the Presidents Cup that it feared today, falling 3.5 to 1.5 behind the mighty United States team at Liberty National in New Jersey ...

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Victorian Boys & Girls Championships

  About The Victorian Boys and Girls Championships are Australian Ranking Events. Originally the tournament was played over 36-holes qualifying, followed by elimination match play until 2012. The format of the Championships were reviewed and are now contested as pinnacle 72-hole junior stroke events without a ‘cut’ at the famed Yarra Yarra ...

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Armstrong set to be a President's man

Joshua Armstrong is ready to go in the Junior President’s Cup An excited Josh Armstrong has jetted out to the United States in readiness to become one of the ‘Presidents Men’ at the inaugural Junior President’s Cup next week at Plainfield Country Club in New Jersey. Armstrong will be one ...

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Chalmers chases third Stonehaven

Greg Chalmers after winning the 1998 Australian Open in Adelaide. Dual Emirates Australian Open champion Greg Chalmers has committed to a third shot at the title. Chalmers, 43, has made a career out of proving people wrong and, as ever, won’t enter the chase for the Stonehaven Cup among the ...

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