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Golf Australia Express : Issue 10
In this week’s issue of OTG THE QUIET ACHIEVER: Nick Watney THE WRAP: Webb’s Win THE TEST: PowaKaddy TOUCH Glory’s Last Shot OK. So I’m getting a little self-indulgent this week. The big fella’s finally turning the Big 3-0 so we put our creative heads together and thought: ‘Hey, why not relive the year you were born?’ And like that, our 1981 issue was born, too. Highlighting the careers of golfers born at the same time has shone a very bright light on just how successful I have not been. No majors, no Tour wins, no cuts made and still no sub- par rounds (despite a hole- in-one). Sorry, had to put that in. Yet in this week of reflection for me, I’ve come to realise just how much I still love this game, and how many goals I’m yet to fulfill. Luckily golf gives us that opportunity for a lifetime. See you on the green. DAMIAN SHUTIE firstname.lastname@example.org PHOTOGRAPHY BY CREATIVE CONSULTANT EDITORIAL - email@example.com ADVERTISING - firstname.lastname@example.org is published by OTG Media Pty. Ltd PO Box 381, BlackRock, VIC 3194 Imagine playing here in Chiang Mai at Chiang Mai Highlands Or Hua Hin playing Black Mountain Pattaya, playing Siam Country Club Or Phuket playing at Red Mountain (Click on any of the pictures above to get golf week destination details) 8 SUPERB EVENTS Which one will you play? Tailored golf packages also available www.thailandgolftours.com.au Thailand Golf Tours A Unique Golf Experience EDITOR’S LETTER THE DREAM: Cape Kidnappers, NZ list tHEClassof From tHEn to now: tHE wHo’s wHo in golF THE LIST: Class of ’81