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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 129
ALLENBY BASHED & BEATEN VICTORIAN golfer Robert Allenby is still recovering from facial lacerations after allegedly being the target of a vicious robbery last week. The 43-year-old was drinking at a wine bar with friends after missing the cut at the Sony Open in Honolulu when he was allegedly kidnapped, robbed, bashed and then dumped unconscious 10km away. SEE VIDEO REPORT > ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ _ TIGER SET TO ROCK PHOENIX TIGER Woods has made good on his promise to add tournaments to his playing schedule by signing up for next week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open, his first time at the event since 2001. The tournament, which this year coincides with NFL’s Super Bowl elsewhere in Phoenix, is famous for huge attendance figures and the loudest hole in golf, the fully encircled par-3 16th, where spectators begin cheering (or booing) a millisecond after the ball leaves the clubface. MORE > __ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ __ SINNOTT JOINS PRO RANKS BIG-HITTING Victorian Todd Sinnott has drawn the curtain on his amateur career and joined golf’s professional ranks. The 22-year-old’s decision became easier when he finished second at the PGA Tour of Australasia’s qualifying school at Victoria Golf Club, granting him full playing rights on the local circuit. Yet in truth, Sinnott showed enough poise during the spring and early summer stretch of tournaments to prove he belongs in the play-for-pay leagues. He contended for much of the early stages of the Australian Masters then led the Australian Open midway through the third round before Jordan Spieth exploded into action. Those two performances led to ties for 17th and 31st, respectively. MORE > FP ADVERT the AROUND TRAPS Conditions apply. New bookings only. Subject to availability. Valid 1st November 2014 to 28th February 2015. 1 Venue - 2 Championship Golf Courses 36 Hole Golf Resort approx. 60 mins from Sydney CBD New 36 room resort accommodation Bungool Golf Course Accommodation Special ● 1 nights stay in a deluxe room ● Full breakfast ● 1 round of golf with GPS cart on Gangurru Golf Course (host course for NSW PGA Championship) ● 1 round of golf with GPS cart on Bungool Golf Course $219 per person per twin share - available Monday-Thursday Riverside Oaks Golf Resort p: 02 4560 3200 firstname.lastname@example.org www.riversideoaks.com.au Home of the NSW PGA Championship 4th-7th December 2014 FEBRUARY GOLF SPECIAL 36 holes of golf with GPS equipped cart plus lunch. Just $129 (1 round of golf on Gangurru course, 1 round of golf on Bungool course plus lunch from the Brasserie menu) *Available mon-fri (excluding public holidays) between 1st & 28th Feb ‘15. All golf and lunch must be used on day of purchase. NEWBUNGOOLGOLFCOURSENOWOPEN
OTG Express 128
OTG Express 130