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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 178
Membership Offer For a limited time, Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club would like to offer you the opportunity to become a member and join other like-minded golfers playing this unique 18-hole championship course. Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club is owned by its members. It is an inclusive and progressive club, where men and women members have equal playing and voting rights. Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club For further information regarding the membership category, privileges and benefits that best suits you, please contact: Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club Phone : +61 (2) 4336 0107 Email: email@example.com www.magentagolf.com.au 1 Magenta Drive Magenta NSW 2261 R ETROSPECT is a wonderful thing. So try these quotes on for size. “I’ve never been more motivated to play well than right now, this year.” “The other years I was motivated, but ... I really want to kick butt this year.” “Back in the day I would have gone, ‘OK, I’m kind of happy with second place’, and being able to step up and say, ‘No, I’m not happy with second place, I want to win’, that’s the first step to really moving forward.” Or how about: "I've always told you guys that my ultimate goal in my golfing career is to try and get to that No.1 spot in the world.” It’s 12 months this week since Jason Day turned the corner and began to transform a good, young career into a great one. The then-repeat major bridesmaid entered 2015 as a perennial contender; a man who was forever putting himself in the frame but rarely closed it out. That’s not an unfair criticism. Between 2008 and 2014 he earned around $17 million in prizemoney on the PGA Tour, but put just two marks in the ‘W’ column. So Day’s comments after winning a playoff to claim the Farmers Insurance Open and collect his first title of 2015 are even more telling now than they were at the time. Prophetic, even. After beating defending champion Scott Stallings, J.B. Holmes and Harris English in a playoff, the now 28-year-old would go on to deliver on those lofty aims — and then some — as he put together one of the best seasons ever played by an Australian golfer. He tied for fourth the following week at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, then had to wait a few months before saluting again at the RBC Canadian Open, beginning the run that included his maiden major victory at the PGA Championship, another title at the Barclays and yet another at the BMW Championship.
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