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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 133
FP ADVERT FOUR ACES BEAT A FULL HOUSE THE odds of an average golfer making a hole-in-one during a round are about 12,500 to 1. So imagine the odds of four golfers achieving the feat on the same course, each on different holes and all within hours of each other. Such a feat played out at Sydney’s Cromer Golf Club recently and began with member Jack Ireland holing out on the uphill 155-metre 2nd hole. Russell Lumb then aced the 102-metre 4th hole, while Craig Plimmer holed his tee shot at the well-guarded 9th hole and Chris Michael conquered the lakeside 15th hole with a perfect shot from 142 metres. _______________________________ ROYAL & ANCIENT’S NEW MEMBERS THE Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews has announced that Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, Dame Laura Davies, Renée Powell, Belle Robertson MBE, Lally Segard, Annika Sorenstam and Louise Suggs have accepted invitations to become honorary members of the Club. “It is an honour and a privilege for The Royal and Ancient Golf Club to welcome these remarkable women as honorary members,” George Macgregor OBE, Captain of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, said. “This is an historic day for the Club and we could not be more proud also to welcome women who have distinguished themselves in golf over many years and have been great players and champions. They are extremely worthy additions to our roll of honorary members and will become ambassadors for the Club as they have been for the sport of golf throughout their careers.” 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 KINGS OF ACES: (left to right) Chris Michael, Jack Ireland, Russell Lumb and Craig Plimmer.
OTG Express 132
OTG Express 134