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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 185
MAN1053 Rated #60* in Australia’s Top 100 Golf Courses Group golf from $35* per round Club Mandalay, 430-450 Mandalay Circuit, Beveridge, VIC 3753 T 03 9037 3700 E firstname.lastname@example.org clubmandalay.com.au *Rating by AusGolf Top 100 Courses. Full terms and conditions available at clubmandalay.com.au Club Mandalay is the latest golf course designed by 5 times British Open Champion Peter Thomson and the team at Thomson Perrett and is located just 40 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD and only 20 minutes from Melbourne Airport. Located in the suburb of Beveridge, just off the Hume Highway, the par 72 course measures 6285m and offers spectacular vistas, superb playing surfaces and is a must play for every golfer. For golf reservations or further information please contact our Club Professional James Pratt on 03 9037 3700 or visit clubmandalay.com.au Iconic Thomson Perrett Designed CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF COURSE book your round today. play golf MOORE is one of those players who’s always there or thereabouts, and bobs up occasionally to grab a win. He’s had four of those, with his last two coming at the PGA Tour’s Malaysian stop – the CIMB Classic. Moore is so good in Kuala Lumpur that he holds the second best adjusted scoring average of any player at any event on tour – 3.3 strokes better than the rest of the field per round. Along with his back- to-back titles, he also finished tied for 10th last year and tied for fifth in 2010 when it was played at The Mines Resort & GC. RYAN MOORE Kuala Lumpur Golf & CC AMERICA’S smallest state has produced some of the biggest results for the Big Easy. In 2003 he won the Tournament of Champions at Kapalua, then fronted up the following week at Waialee Country Club and won the Sony Open. He returned 12 months later and went back-to-back at Waialee, and almost made it three on the trot when he finished a shot adrift of Vijay Singh in 2005. The South African might not have troubled the leaders since, but he did manage a tie for 12th in 2010. ERNIE ELS Hawaiian courses
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