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Golf Australia Express : December 2013
IT WAS A VERY GOOD YEAR 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 Noel Crowe firstname.lastname@example.org 0419 334 348 OTG Mag is produced and published by OTG Media Pty. Ltd © 2013 All Rights Reserved ABN 95 151 344 615 SOME YEARS feel longer than others. And looking back at the long list of 2013 trials and tribulations, I must say this year has felt like three. I'm often asked in this role about my favourite or defining moments from any given season and generally I can reel off about half a dozen instances of note. But this time around, I quickly ran out of fingers and toes (and anything else you'd like thrown in) that defined 2013 as a season. It's been a big year. A good year. A very good year if you're Australian. Obviously, as a passionate supporter of Australian golfers, to me 2013 will always be remembered for Adam Scott's coming of age. I'll forever remember fondly the group of avid (if not jittery) OTG readers at our own Masters event with whom I shared the momentous moment when Scotty drained that rain-soaked putt at Augusta to win a green jacket. Reliving the cheers around the breakfast table when that fateful putt dropped still brings a smile to my face. (I've noticed quite a few of those readers are returning for our 2014 event at Scotty's home track—believe in omens much, guys?) Yet while 2013 was a history- making year for Australia at Augusta, the season encompassed far more than any other year I've covered golf. There were shots the likes of which you had to go back to Seve's prime to witness, drug- related scandals, allegations of cheating on Tour, Dufnering (seriously, why?), fallen stars and a born-again Stenson. Forgotten most of this? Don't worry, we've packaged it all up in a season review feature you'll lap up. My word, it's been a massive. year. A total of 54 issues and not much sleep. But I'd be lying if I said we haven't loved bringing everybitofittoyouinan unashamedly OTG style. And if you thought this year was big, just wait to see what we have in store for 2014. Thanks for reading and contributing to OTG, and we'll see you again in the New Year. Have a safe and happy Christmas from the whole OTG team. Now, I'm off to (finally) put my feet up. 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)