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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 166
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 The people of their nations will be glued to the contest, quite possibly sparking the next great player from their homelands. It’s a situation Internationals captain Nick Price, who grew up in Zimbabwe, can relate to. “I wouldn’t be sitting here today if it hadn’t been for Jack Nicklaus, and Gary Player bringing out Jack Nicklaus, Billy Casper and all the great players out to Southern Africa to play back in the ’60s,” Price said. “They inspired me. When I went to watch them, that’s what started golf for me, and I remember Billy Casper giving me a golf ball on the 7th green of Royal Harare back in 1967, and I’ve still got that golf ball somewhere. I don’t know where it is, but I didn’t throw it out, and I told him that when I saw him.” So forget the capricious nature of the foursomes matches and the outcome of the four-balls. Ignore who whips who in the Sunday singles session or which contests go the distance to the 18th green. It stands to be a watershed week for golf in Asia, regardless of how the scoreboard reads. OTG
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