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Golf Australia Express : Summer of Golf 2012-13
SUMMER NEWS PLAYER POCKETS... SHARK RETURNS TO QLD WATERS Greg Norman in Australia is a rare sighting these days. So imagine how startled we were when the Shark announced he’d circled the Australian PGA Championship in his frightfully busy schedule. While the two-time Australian PGA champ will use the stopover to catch up with family and friends, there’s no question he’d love to sink his teeth into a third PGA title. SNAKE PITS HOPES ON AUSSIE DEFENCE Greg Chalmers ended the 2011 season with wins at two of our biggest events—Emirates Australian Open and Australian PGA Championship. The wins ensured him the PGA Tour of Australasia’s Order of Merit. Chalmers, 38, returns to defend after another winless PGA season in the US—a Tour that saw him produce a 248-hole streak without a three-putt. If he finds form on our greens, you can put him down for Aussie title number five. A HAIRY PUTT Geoff Ogilvy's Luigi-esque 'Mo' during last year’s Australian season was not all about looks. Along with nearly 900,000 men from around the world (and the odd Eastern European woman), the Melburnian sported a soup-strainer in support of the popular mo-vement known as Movember. The global society of Mo Bros and Mo Sistas raised $124 million in support of men’s health issues last year alone. Be sure to check out blokes on both sides of the ropes in November. Rumour has it the team at OTG are planning an unshaven 30- day hirsute challenge. It’s bound to be hair-larious. OTG WATCH VIDEO
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