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Golf Australia Express : November 2013
N O OFFENCE to veteran Australian golfer and all-round nice guy Peter Senior, but he’s likely got Buckley’s of defending his Australian Open title this year. Even before you factor in world No.6 Rory McIlroy, there are a slew of top Aussies who have queued up to make this the strongest Open field in years. Adam Scott and Jason Day will be there at Royal Sydney, of course, but so will John Senden, Aaron Baddeley, Geoff Ogilvy and Greg Chalmers. Scott and McIlroy will be the drawcards, of course, with the Northern Irishman attempting to salvage something from a wretched year by signing off with a strong showing at the tricky Sydney layout. He’ll certainly want to improve on his last trip there in 2007, when he finished 59th and failed to shoot a single round under par, not long after turning pro. Let’s hope Senior proves us wrong and takes it right up to the young brigade of homecoming imports. And there’s every chance he might, given his eight top 10 finishes on the Champions Tour this year have him marked as one of the form players at the event. Best of all, golf fans get five hours of Open action on the Seven Network every day. OTG Interactive Panel TV Coverage Drawcards Open SEASON WEEK 4 THE MUCH LOVED AUSSIE VETERAN PETER SENIOR RETURNS TO DEFEND HIS STONEHAVEN CUP. Words by Adrian Ballantyne CLICK ON BUTTONS, LEFT, TO REVEAL
October 2013 - United Colours of Golf