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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 179
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: firstname.lastname@example.org www.magentagolf.com.au 1 Magenta Drive Magenta NSW 2261 E VERY person, at some stage in their life, has no doubt wondered whether they might just have the worst job in the world. You’ve been chewed out by your serially micromanaging boss. You’ve had a kid spill his food all over your pants for the second time that day. You’ve just lost a week’s worth of work because your embarrassingly outdated computer just bitten the dust. Again. Sounds pretty unappealing. But you’re not even close. OK, well what about sewerage maintenance workers? Or pest controllers? Or Robert Allenby’s caddie? Sounds horrific, right? Before you write them off as potential careers, spare a thought for the group of brave men and women who are about to have the worst week of their year. You’ll unknowingly admire their handiwork as you watch the Waste Management Phoenix Open this week, but when everyone’s attention moves onto Pebble Beach the next, these hardy souls will be faced with a task inconceivable to some: how to repair a piece of land that’s had more than half a million people trample every inch of it for the past week. Last year, the tournament at TPC Scottsdale broke the PGA Tour’s weekly attendance record, with more than 564,000 people stampeding onto the course. And that’s with Tiger Woods missing the cut and rain scaring folks away on the Friday, when 118,461 people turned up, and Saturday, when almost 160,000 came through the gate. There’s a statistic that’s done the rounds the last couple of years that if the United States held a census on the Saturday, TPC Scottsdale would be the eighth-largest city in Arizona. While a good portion of those fans will make their way to the tournament’s famed “party hole” at 16, there are still tens and tens of thousands who’ll swarm the rest of the course and its garden beds and fairways their own personal walking tracks. Imagine being a member there in the coming months. No thanks.
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