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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 168
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 ADAM SCOTT 2015 OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP AND this was with his beloved broomstick. One moment Adam Scott was leading this year’s Open Championship, the next he was three shots back, due in part to a botched tap-in putt from less than a foot at the 15th hole. The 2013 Masters champion never recovered, and let yet another major-winning opportunity slide through his fingers. SCOTT HOCH BRANDT SNEDEKER 1989 MASTERS 2014 MASTERS WHO could forget Hoch’s two-foot blemish at the first playoff hole of the 1989 Masters, which would have secured the title? Hoch’s putt only just scraped the edge of the cup, sending his playoff against Nick Faldo to an additional hole. As if the American needed a reminder of how easy putting can be, Faldo duly stepped up and drained a 25-footer to claim his first Masters title. TO BE fair to Sneds, none of his putts at the par-3 fourth hole during the third round of the 2014 Masters were from particularly close range. But when you take five of them to send the ball home, that excuse probably doesn’t apply. Snedeker carded a quadruple-bogey seven, but he wasn’t the only player to be befuddled by the lightning fast fourth green, which in some years has been the most difficult scoring hole. But you’d still expect one of the PGA Tour’s best putters to do a little better than that.
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