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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 207
THOMSON CALLS IT A DAY FIVE-time Open Champion Peter Thomson has announced he is retiring from the golf course architecture business, citing age and declining health. The 86-year-old World Golf Hall of Famer made the decision after discussions with his wife, Mary, their family and his business partners, Ross Perrett and Tim Lobb. He has been involved in the design and/or redesign of more than 250 courses around the world. MORE > _______________________________________________ ALLENBY WON’T FACE CHARGES AFTER DRUNKEN CASINO ARREST US AUTHORITIES say Robert Allenby won’t be charged after he was arrested outside a casino at the weekend. The 45-year-old, who had missed the cut at the John Deere Classic, was taken into custody early Saturday morning following an incident at Jumer's Casino in Rock Island, Illinois. After spending less than an hour in police custody, the four-time PGA Tour winner was released without charge on US$1,500 bond. "No charges pending," a Rock Island sheriff’s department statement said. MORE > _________________________________________________ DAY, SCOTT REUNITE FOR WORLD CUP WORLD No.1 Jason Day will team up with Adam Scott to represent Australia at a revamped World Cup of Golf to be played in Melbourne in November. The Queenslanders will line up at Kingston Heath as favourites to defend their title having won the World Cup when it was last played at Royal Melbourne in 2013. It returns to a strictly team format this year after a combined individual and team competition in 2013. Day, after winning the individual competition in 2013 as well as the team title with Scott, has since taken his career to new levels with nine PGA Tour titles including two WGC wins and his first major championship victory. MORE > TRAPS AROUND the
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