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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 239
Bairnsdale Golf Club Inc. ON THE GIPPSLAND LAKES The quality of the Golf Course and Bowling Greens are well known in Gippsland, however it is a hidden gem and many golfers and bowlers from Bairnsdale to Melbourne would enjoy the facilities. Bairnsdale Golf Club is situated on Paynesville Road Eagle Point and overlooks the Gippsland Lakes. Golf and Bowls are played at this location, which has approximately 650 members. ✓ Two Lawn Bowling Greens rated as one of the best in the region ✓ 18 Hole Golf Course with lush fairways and fast greens ✓ On Course Golf Professional ✓ Golf Pro-Shop ✓ Large Driving Range ✓ Special member rates for Veterans, Country and Under 40 Members ✓ Saturday morning coaching for Juniors by the Club Professional ✓ Putting Green ✓ Senior Golf lessons available from our Golf Professional (Wayne Thomas) ✓ Motorised Carts are available for hire ✓ Annual Pro-Am Tournament ✓ Play and Stay options available with Paynesville Motels ✓ Great views of the lakes from the course and clubhouse ✓ Visitor Groups are welcome SOME OF THE FEATURES OF THIS HIDDEN GEM 1090 Paynesville Road, Eagle Point 3878 | t: (03) 5156 6252 | f: (03) 5156 0235 | e: firstname.lastname@example.org www.bairnsdalegolfclub.com.au The bookies have no such qualms, of course, already installing Johnson as a $7 favourite to defend his US Open title at Erin Hills. Johnson emerged a fortnight after his Masters mishap, and while admitting to golf.com that he was “still a little bit bruised”, he was already at “about 85-90 per cent” of his full capacity. A week after that, he was spotted at Bel Air Country Club, crushing balls at a clinic and seemingly uninhibited by any lasting effects of his tumble. Also weighing in Johnson’s favour at the Wells Fargo is the dearth of top 10 players in the field, with world No.11 Adam Scott the only other to join him, and only 16 of the world’s top 50 making the trip to Eagle Point Golf Club in North Carolina. Does momentum count if your last three tournaments ended in victory, even if it’s been a month since the last of them? Johnson is about to find out. E
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