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Golf Australia Express : December 2012
GOLF IS A CHARITY SPORT. And golfers are some of the most charitable people out there. After all, in what other sport do we see such kind acts as routinely conceding putts or turning our heads to allow a mulligan? And as for not commenting on some of the so- called ‘fashionable’ outfits regularly seen out on course...well that’s as generous as a human can get. Golfers are a charitable bunch, and our expression of this charity is as varied as driver designs. We need look no further than the professional circuit, long associated with philanthropic activities and donating enormous amounts to needy causes as far back as 1938. Today, the PGA Tour provides a massive injection of funds to a broad swathe of causes from disaster relief to medical centres. Yo u don’t have to play the Open Championship to open your wallet and get involved with some of golf’s humanitarian causes. AFL legend Dipper is a regular on the charity golf circuit, as are many other celebrities who get involved with teeing it up for a good cause. GAME the GAME the