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Golf Australia Express : Issue2
In this week’s issue of OTG NOT (YET) BRITISH OPEN COURSES PLUS Jason Day: Our Open Hopeful British Open Preview The Test: Seve Wedges This week’s winners Moonah Links Escape ALSO 5 BEST EDITOR’S LETTER Welcome to Issue 2 of OTG—our British Open special. Steeped in history and romance, the British Open shows off golf as it was meant to be played: on wild, open links tracks where wind rules above all else. It’s surely the bees knees of all majors. (At least I think so). It takes a true golfer to grind his way to claret jug fame, and no one showed off that spirit more than the great, late Seve Ballesteros. The three- time British Open winner was renowned for his ability to get in, and more importantly out of, tricky situations. We pay tribute to Seve, a golf icon, as part of our major preview. He represented everything we believe golf should be—passionate, exciting, creative and most of all, human. We hope you enjoy this issue of OTG. See you on the green. DAMIAN SHUTIE email@example.com PHOTOGRAPHY BY CREATIVE CONSULTANTS Out of the Blue Design Group EDITORIAL - firstname.lastname@example.org ADVERTISING - email@example.com is published by OTG Media Pty. Ltd PO Box 381, BlackRock, VIC 3194 Amadio Pinot Grigio Rated: 93 Points by James Halliday “The Australian Wine Companion 2011” Pink-bronze; an almost startlingly perfumed and aromatic bouquet of pear, lychee and musk is reflected on the palate, although less intensely; has good balance and mouth feel. Amadio Sangiovese Rated: 91 Points by James Halliday “The Australian Wine Companion 2011” Has a considerable volume of aroma and flavour, with cherry stone, multi-spice and sour cherry all intermingling and strongly expressive of the variety. Amadio Reserve Block 2a Shiraz Rated: 94 Points by James Halliday “The Australian Wine Companion 2011” Has retained excellent hue; the bouquet and palate live up to the promise of the colour, providing bright fruit flavours, dark berry and chocolate nuances. Quality cork, properly inserted. 101011_41068 “To buy online or view our local stockist map, simply go to www.amadiowines.com/shop”