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Golf Australia Express : February 2013
US OPEN GETS ITS WINGS...AGAIN THERE'S no such thing as too early for the USGA, which has announced Winged Foot in New York as the host course for the 2020 US Open. The event will be the sixth time the club's West Course has featured at the US Open. The last time it was played there was in 2006 when Geoff Ogilvy saluted in a one-stroke victory over Phil Mickelson, Colin Montgomerie and Jim Furyk. A HERITAGE CLASSIC VICTORIAN David Bransdon [pictured left] won the inaugural Heritage Classic in a playoff at the Heritage Golf and Country Club. The 39-year-old carded 14-under at the PGA Tour of Australasia event alongside South Australian Max McCardle and 17-year-old amateur Lucas Herbert, before birdieing the first playoff hole to take the win. It was Bransdon's third Tour win and his first since the 2010 WA PGA Championship. GOLF STREAM GOLF fans without pay TV finally have something to smile about, with the PGA Tour and its broadcasters now live streaming many of its events online. CBS will stream all 18 of its FedExCup telecasts live, while NBC will stream its weekend coverage of the 12 events it shows in the US. ALICE COOPER'S DESERT PERFORMANCE HEAVY metal icon Alice Cooper stepped out as a major drawcard at the Dubai Desert Classic Challenge Match pro-am. The Rock Hall of Fame inductee credits golf with helping him kick his drinking addiction in the 1980s, and says he plays a different course every day of the year. Cooper reportedly plays off scratch, having taken up the game decades ago. AROUND THE TRAPS