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Golf Australia Express : October 2013 - United Colours of Golf
COLOURFUL LANGUAGE 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 IHAVEALWAYS been a fan of colour. (That's probably why my middle name's Hugh). Whether adding a splash to life in general or out on the course, colour can have a real effect on a person's mood or outlook. Some argue it can even increase performance. Either way there's little doubt that colour can be an incredibly powerful thing. Long-time readers of OTG will also know I have an equal distaste for beige—a shade that has dominated the golf world for far longer than any should. I'm looking at you, Ernie. But much like fashion, colour is a subjective thing that means different things to each of us. And with that in mind we bring to you the United Colours of Golf issue, celebrating the good, bad and ugly shades in our game. We pay tribute to one of the master course architects in Pete Dye, reveal 10 colourful characters to have ever picked up a driver, as well as the colour of money in golf. Of course, humans can be as cruel as, well, humans at times. And it'd be wrong not to remember when our sport used colour as a way of exclusion. Make sure to read Adrian Ballantyne's 'Black Days' feature on the PGA Tour's 'Caucasian Only' policy, arguably the worst chapter in its long history and not so long ago when you think about it. Finally, there's a Presidents Cup contest starting today. How many more do you think there will be if the Internationals don't get up and win this time? As our Presidents Cup preview feature suggests, reckon we need to find a Seve equivalent quick smart. Enjoy the issue. 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)