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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 142
W HAT could be more appealing than playing a top 20 Australian golf course in a region famous for its world-class wineries, pristine beaches and outstanding layouts? One answer would be playing three top 20 courses in such a place. Situated just an hour south of Melbourne, the spectacular coastal region of Mornington Peninsula has long been known to tourists who enjoy a tipple or two, or the relaxing beach life it offers. But come October, it is the golf nuts here who are the most spoiled. The Mornington Peninsula Golf Classic is back for its sixth installment with a collection of courses on the cards that is hard to beat anywhere. This annual friendly yet competitive week-long tournament continues to grow with each running, attracting golfers from all over Australia for what many who’ve experienced it describe as a “golf extravaganza”. Running from October 4-9, this year’s staging could well prove to be the biggest in the event’s history — rounds at three of Australia’s best courses tends to pull in the numbers. Just imagine it. You’re strolling down a fairway at The Dunes reminiscing about the round you played at the glorious St Andrews Beach the day before, before your mind switches to tomorrow’s challenge at The National’s famous Old Course. Stop it. ST ANDREWS BEACH
OTG Express 141 - Masters Wrap
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