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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 130
FP ADVERT FIJIAN AXE TO GRIND WANTtoteeitupatthePGATourof Australasia's Fiji International? There's a Pro-Am spot in the event at the stunning Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course up for grabs and all you have to do is win the inaugural Golf Getaway Axe in April in, you guessed it, sunny Fiji. The prize, awarded in conjunction with PGA of Australia and Sports & Entertainment Ltd, includes pre- and post-round hospitality, a tournament gift and the opportunity to play Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course with a tournament professional. MORE > _______________________________ ALL IN ORDER FOR HOPKINS GOLF Australia chairman John Hopkins has been awarded an Order of Australia Medal in yesterday’s Australia Day Honours list. Hopkins, 64, said it was a “great honour, a tremendous honour” to be recognised jointly for his services to golf and the mineral and resources sector. Hopkins trained as a lawyer and simultaneously took up golf while at university in Perth. His subsequent 40-plus year involvement in both fields has today been lauded for his tireless contributions to both endeavours. MORE > _______________________________ CRICKET GREATS FOR NZ OPEN SOME of cricket’s greatest ever players will tee it up in the BMW New Zealand Open as competitors in the inaugural ANZ Celebrity Challenge from March 12 to 15. West Indians Sir Viv Richards and Brian Lara, Englishmen Sir Ian Botham and Graeme Swann, Australians Ricky Ponting and Shane Warne and New Zealand's Stephen Fleming, Nathan Astle and Mark Richardson will all play the event, as amateur golfers in a Pro-Am teams format, to be branded the ANZ Celebrity Challenge. MORE > AROUND TRAPS the LEARN MORE HERE Sports scientists reveal "new" swing mechanics that enable any golfer to swing with more power while reducing the amount of stress and strain on the body. Watch the video below for more. ? Future Is This The Golf Swing of the
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OTG Express 131