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Golf Australia Express : Issue 18
In this week’s OTG Glory’s Last Shot 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 THE PLAYERS: How they all fared at Royal ED’S WELCOME So the Americans won again. And without sounding biased, it’s just not good for golf. Of course, the US deserved its Presidents Cup win at Royal Melbourne last week—its team was definitely the better during the four days of the event. But with the overall PC tally now standing at 7-1 in favour of the Yanks—a hammering by anyone’s account—the future success of the biennial tournament must now be in jeopardy. For the event to survive long term, the Internationals must find a way to beat their opponents. If thePCisevertobeheldinthe esteem of the Ryder Cup, we need to see a levelling of that ledger, and quickly. See you on the green. DAMIAN SHUTIE firstname.lastname@example.org ODD SPOT PHOTOGRAPHY BY is published by OTG Media Pty. Ltd PO Box 381, BlackRock, VIC 3194 EDITORIAL - email@example.com ADVERTISING - firstname.lastname@example.org CREATIVE CONSULTANT THE 2011 PRESIDENTS CUP WRAP