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Golf Australia Express : September 2013
AROUND THE TRENDS ED’S WELCOME EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Damian Shutie firstname.lastname@example.org EDITORIAL TEAM Adrian Ballantyne Damian Shutie Mark Allen INSTRUCTIONAL EDITOR Mark Allen COURSE PHOTOGRAPHY David Scaletti davidscaletti.com.au CONTACT US EDITORIAL email@example.com ADVERTISING firstname.lastname@example.org OTG Mag is produced and published by OTG Media Pty. Ltd © 2013 All Rights Reserved ABN 95 151 344 615 MUCH LIKE the driver or golf ball you use, nothing seems to stir debate in a foursome quite like golf fashion. Nowadays, arguably more than ever before, the focus on fashion in golf is peaking—on and off the course—for both sexes. (Although blokes are more likely to make fun of a playing partner for his gruesome garb than offer advice.) Basically, we all want to look good out there. And while my quest to eliminate the white- on-beige combination from our fairways is not yet over, the days of boring, drab golf outfits being the norm have certainly ceased. More golf retailers are jumping aboard the apparel train, which is great news for golfers in this country, with a myriad of options and outfits becoming available. Of course, fashion is a subjective thing, and while one player's desire for a classic look might contrast sharply with another's penchant for the bright and lairy, few could argue that we now have a wider range of styles available than ever before. Inside this month's issue we take a look at the 10 Best Dressed Golfers of all time, highlighting how the sport has had dapper divot- makers throughout its history. We also showcase several 'trendsetters' who have changed the way we look at our game, as well as take you on a trip down memory lane to relive some of the fads that somehow found their way into golf. Enjoy the read and see you on the green. DAMIAN SHUTIE Editor-in-Chief email@example.com Twitter: @dshutie PHOTOGRAPHY BY YOUTUBE LOGO SPECS WEB on dark backgrounds on light backgrounds main red #CD332D R205 G51 B45 gradient bottom #6E0610 R110 G6 B16 white gradient top #CD332D R205 G51 B45 white gradient bottom #D5D5D2 R213 G213 B210 black gradient bottom #231F20 R35 G31 B32 black gradient top #3D3C3C R61 G60 B60 standard watermark stacked logo (for sharing only) standard watermark stacked logo (for sharing only) YOUTUBE LOGO SPECS WEB on dark backgrounds on light backgrounds main red #CD332D R205 G51 B45 gradient bottom #6E0610 R110 G6 B16 white gradient top #CD332D R205 G51 B45 white gradient bottom #D5D5D2 R213 G213 B210 black gradient bottom #231F20 R35 G31 B32 black gradient top #3D3C3C R61 G60 B60 standard watermark stacked logo (for sharing only) standard watermark stacked logo (for sharing only) Congratulations to the winner of the Optiforce Driver Competition from August: You have won a new Callaway Optiforce driver valued at $469. Optiforce Driver Comp PETER BELLIS, VIC
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