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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 168
Open Mon to Sat nights from 6pm P (03) 6462 1288 E firstname.lastname@example.org W www.boomerangbythesea.com.au FREE CALL 1800 221 288 Stay, Play, Wine, Dine, Relax & Enjoy Restaurant overlooks King Island Golf Course Escape to Boomerang by the Sea - the perfect tranquil getaway framed by King Island’s rugged coastline and awe-inspiring sunsets Packages can be arranged to include transfers (airport - motel; motel - golf courses), meals & accommodation The perfect place for your next function, party or wedding. Restaurant & Accommodation DUSTIN JOHNSON RETIEF GOOSEN & STEWART CINK 2015 US OPEN 2001 US OPEN HAVING earned a putt that would have won him his first major title at this year’s US Open at Chambers Bay, Johnson had a security blanket in knowing he could two- putt his way into a playoff with young gun Jordan Speith. But the playoff never materialised after Johnson ran his return putt past the left side of the hole, gifting Speith another major in the rising star’s breakout year. FOR sheer drama, you’d be hard pressed to top the final 15 minutes of the 2001 US Open at Southern Hills. First, Mark Brooks three-putted to bogey the 18th, seemingly ruling himself out of contention, with Stewart Cink and Retief Goosen now ahead of him. Cink had the chance to sink what could have been the winning putt when he shaped up for a near tap-in bogey attempt but he, too, missed. Then it was Goosen’s turn. The South African needed only to two-putt from 10 feet for par to secure the win. He couldn’t do it. BRANDT SNEDEKER 2009 BMW CHAMPIONSHIP SORRY, Brandt, it’s you again. Snedeker was just a two-putt away from a place in the lucrative season-ending Tour Championship in 2009 when disaster struck him again. At the 72nd hole of the BMW Championship, just 15 feet and a two-putt stood between him and the last place in the final FedEx Cup field. But he ran his first putt past the hole, then lipped out his second, added some extra pain by lipping out his third before finally sinking his fourth. Ouch.
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