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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 224
However, the broadcast realities of golf makes 90 minutes of action a palatable serving for fans. Thus, the coverage will include analysis and interviews, as well as live coverage of the first two holes from the selected PGA Tour Live ‘marquee groups’. “Our collaboration with the PGA Tour will provide fans with all over the world access to watch live streaming PGA Tour events on Twitter while following the conversation all on one screen,” the Tour’s chief media officer Rick Anderson said in a statement. But there’s more – and the next part has the potential to change the way we watch golf forever. Late last week Monahan broached golf’s most taboo of subjects: sports betting. The Tour has steadfastly refused to pay even a moment’s notice to the notion of welcoming betting on golf and joining the multi-billion-dollar fantasy sports industry, save for their own fantasy competition, which is kids’ stuff compared to the offerings available in other sports. But Monahan told the Golf Channel he’ll maintain an “open mind” towards sports betting as golf grapples with how to incorporate it in a country where betting is only legal in a small number of states. Younger Street, Warrnambool • T: 03 55628528 • E: email@example.com • www.wgcinc.com.au Whether competing in the weekly competitions, tournament golf, or that casual round, golfers have a newly named challenge – “The Shipwreck Bend” On approaching the 4th tee at Warrnambool Golf Course golfers are greeted by the rusty remains of a ships anchor and a sign advising that they are entering the Shipwreck Bend. Three par 4’s, the first two with elevated tee and the third a dogleg right, laid out behind a tertiary dune system hiding the coast line that gives this part of Victoria its name. The sign above the anchor warns that “many a good round has run aground here”. Challenge yourself at Ship wreck Bend
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