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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 146
Conditions apply. New bookings only. Subject to availability. Valid April - June 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 • One night’s accommodation in a Deluxe Room with a King Bed or Two Single Beds • Full Breakfast in the Brasserie • 18 Holes of Golf on our Gangurru Golf Course with a Motorised cart • 18 Holes of Golf on our Bungool Course with a Motorised cart $199 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 NEWBUNGOOLGOLFCOURSENOWOPEN BLAND’S CAREER-CHANGER ADAM Bland has broken through for the biggest win of his career, claiming the Japan PGA Championship by three strokes. He is the first Australian to win the event in its 89-year history. The South Australian fired rounds of 64-68 -64 to lead the field by six strokes heading into Sunday and, despite bogies on his final two holes, he was comfortably clear of his nearest rival, Korea’s Sang-Hee Lee. The 32-year-old, who played for several years on the Web.com Tour in the United States, has found a new lease of life for his career in Japan, where he will now be exempt for the next two years. The ¥30,000,000 (A$300,000) winner’s cheque also sees him leading the Japan Golf Tour money list, just head of Kiwi Michael Hendry. UNITING TO STOP DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Australia's peak golfing bodies have thrown their support behind a campaign to stop domestic violence. To coincide with the release of a brilliant new song entitled "Let Me Breathe" by Colleen Hewett, Golf Australia, the PGA of Australia and ALPG have united to help promote the message of Violence Free Families. And with frightening statistics revealing that domestic violence affects one in three people – mostly women – in Australia, the bodies are united in telling all golfers to spread awareness and speak out against the scourge. "As golf industry leaders we must ensure our golfing community recognise the issue of domestic violence," PGA of Australia Chief Executive Brian Thorburn said. MORE> TRAPS AROUND the
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