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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 236
KUCHAR’S ALL HEART MOMENTS after making a hole-in-one at the 16th hole on Sunday afternoon to get to 5-under, Matt Kuchar made a little kid’s Masters experience all the better. Showing a bigger heart than his smile, the American picked the ball out of the hole, signed it and handed it to a lad sitting in the front row of the gallery. All class. NATURE RULES THE Augusta National committee controls roughly 99 per cent of what happens at their beautiful course. But they can't control the weather. Mother Nature blew a fierce wind for the opening two rounds, with gusts up to 50kph whipping through the Augusta pines. which saw the field scoring average for both rounds rise to a shade under 75. Which all goes to prove, Augusta doesn’t need to spend millions of dollars to lengthen some holes to combat the distance the ball flies, they just need to install huge fans on the western perimeter of the course. ENGLISH GOLF IS FLYING A RECORD 11 Englishmen were in the field for this year’s Masters, so no real surprise two of their contingent – Justin Rose and Paul Casey – finished in the top-six. “I think golf in England is in great hands at the moment. You know, it's been passed down from obviously Nick [Faldo] to Westy and Poults and Donald and Casey and Rosey, and now I think you're seeing the new wave of guys kind of my age and then even younger than myself,” Danny Willett said. MAN1116 Group golf from $35* per round Memberships available Club Mandalay, 430-450 Mandalay Circuit, Beveridge, VIC 3753 T 03 9037 3700 E email@example.com W clubmandalay.com.au *Full terms and conditions available at clubmandalay.com.au Club Mandalay is the latest golf course designed by five-time British Open Champion Peter Thomson and the team at Thomson Perrett and is just 40 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD and 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. Book online at clubmandalay.com.au and save 10% or call 03 9037 3700 for more information. Visit clubmandalay.com.au... and save! Iconic Thomson Perrett Designed CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF COURSE Book online and SAVE 10% play golf
GA Express 235
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