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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 221
AUSTRALIAN OPEN TO RETURN TO THE LAKES THE 2018 Emirates Australian Open will be played at Sydney’s The Lakes Golf Club from November 22 to 25. The famous layout will host the event for the first time since 2012 when Peter Senior won the war of attrition against gale-force winds to claim the Stonehaven Cup for a second time. MORE> _______________________________________________ SENIOR CALLS IT QUITS ONE of Australia’s great players four the past four decades, Peter Senior, has announced his sudden retirement from golf after six holes of his second round at the Emirates Australian Open. The 57-year-old two-time Australian Open champion was out on course early at Royal Sydney after opening the tournament with an even par 72 yesterday, despite carrying a hip injury into the event. He sustained the injury while playing the NSW Open last week. Having made two bogeys through the first five holes of his second round, he hit his tee shot on the 6th hole and notified officials and his playing partners he could not continue. His strength of mind could no longer overcome the pain coming from his hip. FULL STORY> TEAMS GATHER FOR SCRAMBLE FINAL AFTER a mad month of Regional Finals, 30 teams will land on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast later this week for the 2016 Holden Scramble Championship Final. Whilst a love of golf is one thing that all competitors have in common, it certainly isn’t all they will be focusing on once they arrive at Twin Waters, with the four-day celebration being as much about having fun as it is about crowning a champion team. MORE> _______________________________________________ DON’T MISS A MOMENT IF YOU can’t get out to the World Cup of Golf this week, you don’t have to miss out on the action. The Seven Network will not only be televising all four days live from Kingston Heath but you can also catch every moment of the broadcast on your phone, laptop or tablet via the PLUS7 Live app. The app can be downloaded from Google Play or the App Store so you can watch the World Cup and next week’s Australian PGA Championship anywhere, any time. TRAPS AROUND the
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