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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 241
A: 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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