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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 149
1 NIGHT $149PP TWIN SHARE 2 NIGHTS TWIN SHARE $280PP 3 NIGHTS TWIN SHARE $349 PP ENJOY: Deluxe suite accomm Free wifi Free in-house movies Unlimited golf + cart for the duration of stay Daily buffet breakfast Day spa vouchers STAY& PLAY southern highlands (02) 4862 8600 gibraltarbowral.com.au Y OU can’t help but admire a bloke who makes the cut less than half the time he fronts up for PGA Tour events, yet just won’t stop trying. Bowditch’s determination is even more impressive given his well- documented battle with depression. And that persistence is well and truly paying off, with his second PGA Tour victory coming in recent weeks at the Byron Nelson, just over a year after his first at the Valero Texas Open. The Australian won’t be in contention every week, but there are plenty of players who are around the mark who never manage that elusive win. Bowditch has two to his name. I T SPEAKS to the vagaries of the PGA Tour’s ranking system that Walker currently sits outside the top 10. What more does a man have to do? Three wins last year, two wins and two runner-up results already this season – it’s taken the 36-year-old a long while to get his career rolling, but he’s certainly making up for lost time. Maybe he’s too humble or maybe his shirts aren’t loud enough, but Walker gets nowhere near as much attention as he should. 1 2 JIMMYWALKER STEVENBOWDITCH
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