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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 181
BATTLING PRO STRIKES PGA TOUR GOLD VAUGHN Taylor last won on the PGA Tour in 2005. It propelled him into the US Ryder Cup team and it seemed his career was off and running. In the years that followed, he lost confidence, lost his game, lost his Tour card and being able to afford to be on Tour became an issue. A week ago, playing in his second straight Web.com Tour event in Colombia, Taylor was hospitalised with a stomach virus and ended up on an IV drip. MORE> ___________________________________ PLAY WITH A PRO IN PARADISE ENTRIES are closing fast for the 2016 Qantas Fiji Pro-Am, which is open to all Qantas Golf Club members. The event, from May 29 to June 2, will be contested on the beautiful Natadola Bay course, which is home to the Australasian Tour’s Fiji International. Professional golfers will team with three amateurs over 54 holes with the best two Stableford scores for each hole counting towards the team total. Players and their guests will stay at the luxurious InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa, a few minutes’ drive from the course. Competing golfer’s packages start from $2,490 per person (twin or double share) and include four nights’ accommodation, three rounds in the event with a cart, Qantas lounge access at the resort, daily breakfast and golf course lunches, an event polo shirt and cap as well as welcome and presentations dinners. Airport and golf transfers are also included. For more details, visit HERE> ______________________________________ KO ALL HEART IN HOME WIN WORLD No.1 Lydia Ko has proven yet again why she is already, at just 18 years of age, a great of the game. Moments after an earthquake measuring 5.7 on the Richter Scale shook Christchurch, Ko set off in the final round of the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open. Sitting on a one-stroke lead, Ko fended off her challengers to card a two under 70 and successfully defend her title by two shots. The teenager won the trophy for the third time in four years and collected a winner’s cheque for $47,000. Ko then announced she would donate all her prizemoney to help any victims of the earthquake. “I have discussed this with my family and my team and this is something that we all want to do,'' the Korean-born Kiwi said. "We will seriously think about the best way that we can use this money to help New Zealand.” TRAPS AROUND the CONTACT +64 9 917 1588 OR SELECTED PRO SHOPS AND STOCKISTS WWW.ONCOREGOLFOCEANIA.COM
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