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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 173
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 HE MIGHT have had a dirty year on the PGA Tour, but Scotty’s always a different man when he returns home. The 2009 Australian Open winner was no match for Jordan Spieth at last year’s event, and he faded badly at last week’s Australian Masters, but in general Scott now looks more comfortable with the shorter putter that contributed to his poor 2014 form. BEATING Adam Scott on home soil is a feat not to be scoffed at, and consistent veteran Greg Chalmers did it less than 12 months ago at the Australian PGA Championship. At 42 and with his most recent Australian Open victory coming in 2011, you’d be forgiven for thinking “Snake’s” best years are behind him, but he’s almost certain to be on the first page of the leaderboard come Sunday. STEVEN Bowditch has never quite put it together in Australia, with the most recent of his three local victories coming in 2010, at the New South Wales PGA Championship, but his second PGA Tour victory this year at the AT&T Byron Nelson proves that he belongs in any contender conversation when he steps back in grade for our tournaments. ADAM SCOTT GREG CHALMERS STEVEN BOWDITCH
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