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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 250
The Club delivers a premium, yet traditional golfing experience, with 36 holes of championship golf to challenge and excite, plus clubhouse facilities to match. Indooroopilly Golf Club offers flexible and accessible membership opportunities for players of all ages and abilities in a relaxed and friendly environment just ten minutes from the heart of Brisbane. Meiers Road, Indooroopilly Qld 4068 e: email@example.com t: (07) 3721 2121 WWW.INDOOROOPILLYGOLF.COM.AU INDOOROOPILLY GOLF CLUB GAJuly17_Indooroopilly_FP.indd 1 6/06/2017 11:23 am A LL 10 courses on The Open rota feature holes with unique, quirky features and names attached – all with a story to tell. The Old Course at St Andrews has the Valley of Sin, the Road Hole, the Principal’s Nose and Hell Bunker. Up the road at Carnoustie, there are the Spectacles bunkers, while last year’s venue – Royal Troon – boasts the diminutive Postage Stamp hole accompanied by the Coffin bunkers. I N YEARS gone by Peter Alliss was the voice of The Open. With the broadcast rights moving away from the BBC, the 86-year-old is no longer involved and given some of his outdated comments on various issues in recent times, that’s probably a good thing. However, at the height of his powers Alliss’ commentary (across much of a 12-hour day) was just another reason to tune in. One of his best lines during a typical Scottish summer afternoon pretty much sums up the Alliss wit; “One good thing about rain in Scotland. Most of it ends up as scotch.” THE GREATEST... NAMES THE GREATEST... COMMENTARY
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