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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 164
* Fathers Day Special * *Offer valid to the 30th November Swing like a BOSS SEE THE SWING BOSS IN ACTION SCOTT TO SKIP PGA ADAM Scott has confirmed he will not play this year’s Australian PGA Championship as he will tee it up in Tiger Woods’ Hero World Challenge event in the Bahamas instead. Scott, who finished runner-up to Greg Chalmers in a playoff for the PGA last year, will play the Emirates Australian Open alongside defending champion Jordan Spieth before jetting home to the Bahamas to play the limited-field event later that week. MORE> ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ _____ DAY GETS DON NOMINATION FOLLOWING on from his incredible success in the past four months and his rise to World No.1, Jason Day has been nominated for the prestigious Don Award by the Sport Australia Hall of Fame. Each year the Sport Australia Hall of Fame award The Don, widely regarded as Australia’s leading contemporary sporting award, to the athlete or athletes who through their performance and example over the past year have most inspired the nation. One of 12 finalists, Day epitomises the traits with which The Don is awarded. MORE> ____ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ _ ELS TO HEADLINE MASTERS FOUR-time Major winner Ernie Els will be the star-bill at the Australian Masters when it returns to Huntingdale Golf Club from November 19 to 22. The 45-year-old is a four-time victor on the Melbourne Sandbelt, having won three consecutive Heineken Classics (2002-2004) at Royal Melbourne, where he was also an integral part of the International Team that claimed the 1998 Presidents Cup. MORE> ____ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ _ MURDACA PROGRESSES A FINAL round 3-under 69 has helped Antonio Murdaca advance through Stage One of the European Tour Qualifying School in Germany. The South Australian finished at five under and in a tie for 10th position, which booked him a spot at Stage Two qualifying in November as one of the leading 23 players at the course. MORE> TRAPS AROUND the
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