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Golf Australia Express : November 2013
AUSSIE MONTH OF GOLF ED’S WELCOME EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Damian Shutie email@example.com EDITORIAL TEAM Adrian Ballantyne Damian Shutie Mark Allen INSTRUCTIONAL EDITOR Mark Allen COURSE PHOTOGRAPHY David Scaletti davidscaletti.com.au CONTACT US EDITORIAL firstname.lastname@example.org ADVERTISING Noel Crowe email@example.com 0419 334 348 OTG Mag is produced and published by OTG Media Pty. Ltd © 2013 All Rights Reserved ABN 95 151 344 615 IT SEEMS we get to this time each year and start spruiking the wonders of Australian golf. How wonderful our events are, how amazingly talented the international drawcards coming Down Under will be, and how each and every one of you should get out and support our homegrown events. Some years it can be a harder sell than others. Not so this year, or rather, this month. With all of our marquee men's events—including the Australian Masters, Australian PGA Championship and Australian Open—played in November, for the first time I can remember our usual 'Summer of Golf' will instead be condensed into one jam- packed 'Month of Golf' in spring. And I for one love the concept even if others remain sceptical. Seriously, who doesn't love the idea of four consecutive weeks of world class golf played across the country? We kick off with the Australian PGA Championship on the Gold Coast, followed by two weeks at Royal Melbourne for the Australian Masters and World Cup of Golf respectively, before heading back north to round out the month at Royal Sydney for our iconic Australian Open. Boom. How good is that? Keeping our strongest tournaments closely together gives event organisers the best chance at attracting multiple big-name players for a longer period. Speaking of which, organisers should be commended for the notable internationals heading our way this month, who include Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler and Matt Kuchar. So get out and see the stars tee it up across the Eastern seaboard, and if you can sneak an iPad into the event you'll have access to all the golf talk you need inside this issue. Just kidding. (Or am I?) DAMIAN SHUTIE Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org 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)
October 2013 - United Colours of Golf