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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 152
CHEYENNE TIRED OF TIGER TALK CHEYENNE Woods might be famous because of her uncle Tiger, but the 24-year-old has had enough of the comparisons. The struggling LPGA player, [pictured above] who had won just $25,431 after 11 events this season, wrote in a piece for Derek Jeter’s Player’s Tribune that while she understands the interest in her game, she’s sick of journalists and fans musing on when she might match Tiger’s feats. “Of course, I realise that regardless of what I accomplish in my career, there are probably going to be plenty of people who always consider me ‘Tiger’s niece’. I’m very proud to be related to my uncle, but that’s not what defines me as a golfer or a person,” she wrote. “Yes, my last name is Woods. But you can call me Cheyenne.” _______________________________ DIZZY DAY WARNING STEPHEN Leaney has warned Jason Day that medication might not be the solution to ridding the world No.8 of the vertigo that plagued his US Open campaign. Leaney was forced off the PGA Tour eight years ago after succumbing to vertigo, which was eventually traced to an allergic reaction to dairy and red meat. Leaney said Day needed to ensure he was accurately diagnosed if he wanted to make a full recovery. “The hardest part is to get the diagnosis, because there’s so many different forms of vertigo,” he said. “I doubt the medication would solve the problems for him. He would be on those now and they seem to wear off.” _______________________________ LANCASTER BOMBER US SENIOR Open competitor Neal Lancaster wasn’t content just to record a hole-in- one in his final round. He had to – quite literally – ruin the hole for everyone else, too. Lancaster’s shot at the 178-yard par-3 second hole hit the cup on the full, so hard that it caved in and had to be re-cut nearby. Lancaster’s playing partner Scott Simpson had to wait a full seven minutes while panicked tournament officials discussed what to do, before he was allowed to finish the hole. FP ADVERT 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 TRAPS AROUND the
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