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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 164
The National Golf Club offers three world class golf courses at Cape Schanck on the Mornington Peninsula and recently has merged in early 2015 with the Long Island Golf Club at Frankston to provide members of The National with four of the best golf courses in Australia under a single club membership. THE NATIONAL GOLF CLUB BUY A FULL MEMBERSHIP Price $13,000 includes subscription paid for full membership for one person until 30/06/16 Includes Four premium Courses Share can carry Husband & wife (partner) plus children & grandchildren 14-29 yrs old at 10% annual Sub. Further information of the Membership at The National Golf Club, contact the Share Owner at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Mobile 0412 556 336. W HEN golfers start doing things like Jason Day has done over the past two months, it’s easy to forget just how bloody hard it is to win on the PGA Tour. On any given week there are probably 30 players with the ability and the form to consider themselves a realistic chance of pushing towards the top of the leaderboard on Sunday afternoon. And that’s not counting those rare occasions when a relative unknown like Troy Merritt jumps out of the pack and strings four rounds together to trump the big boys and steal a title. So for Day to have won four times in his past six events and finish no worse than a tie for 12th in his last eight is something fans will likely see only a handful of occasions in their lifetime. Jordan Spieth threatened to produce something of that magnitude earlier this season but Day’s sheer number of wins (five) shades the American, though Spieth has collected more cash, majors and top 10s along the way. When you begin to compare Day’s achievements this year with world No.1s from previous eras, the scale of his success starts to become clear. Of course, no one is in the same stratosphere as Tiger Woods, who won at least four times in each of 11 seasons between 1997 and 2009, including 14 majors along the way. The peak of that stretch came between August 1999 and April 2004, when he won a truly
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