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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 210
BEEF LOOKS AT PGA TOUR POPULAR English golfer Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston [pictured] will play the Web.com Tour finals series in a bid to become a full- time player on the PGA Tour. Johnston, Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Bryson DeChambeau are three of the notable entries for this week’s DAP Championship, which opens the four-event finals series. Beef, who won the Open de Espana back in April, is still committed to playing the European Tour but is apparently open to teeing it up on both sides of the Atlantic throughout 2017. __________________________________________________ HALL OF FAME INDUCTION AT CUP THE World Golf Hall of Fame will stage its 2017 Induction Ceremony in New York City in conjunction with next year’s Presidents Cup. President of the World Golf Hall of Fame and Museum, Jack Peter, said: “The opportunity to align the biennial Induction Ceremony with the Presidents Cup in one of the most vibrant cities in the world is thoroughly in line with our objective to raise the profile of the institution. MORE> YARRA YARRA TO HOST AUSSIE AM ONE of the most acclaimed layouts of the Melbourne Sandbelt will host the 2017 Australian Amateur Championship presented by Swinging Skirts. The Yarra Yarra Golf Club will host the prestigious championship in conjunction with nearby Peninsula Kingswood Country Golf Club for the stroke play phase of the event. Yarra Yarra will be on show throughout the week of January 17-22 with entrants expected from across Australia, along with New Zealand, England, Scotland, Korea, Japan, Wales, Taiwan, Malaysia and the United States. MORE> _________________________________________________ DUTCH CHALLENGE WITH A DIFFERENCE THIS week’s KLM Open will break new ground by hosting a unique ‘Beat the Pro’ competition, when prize-winning amateurs will be able to challenge the pros at a nearest the pin contest during tournament play. The par-3 14th hole will be turned into an amphitheatre for the championship, and the new concept will operate during the first and third rounds as an amateur player tees it up with each group, aiming to hit the ball closer to the pin than the professionals. MORE> TRAPS AROUND the No 54 Oceanique, Mandurah WA FOR SALE
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