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Golf Australia Express : May 2014
MAY WE HELP? 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 © 2014 All Rights Reserved ABN 95 151 344 615 T HERE are few more attractive sights in golf than standing at the teebox on an iconic par-3. Perhaps it's the complexity involved in making short holes remain difficult that makes them stand out. Or maybe it's the hope that a hole-in-one is just around the corner? Par 3s evoke different emotions in all of us. But like courses themselves, not all par 3s are made equal. Some are just downright frightening. Don't believe me? Check out our list of the 10 scariest par 3s in golf and what's required to overcome them inside this issue — you'll agree with me by the end, I guarantee it. Speaking of iconic par 3s, there's no more recognisable one than the 17th 'Island Green' at TPC Sawgrass, home of this month's Players Championship. We preview golf's unofficial fifth major and throw down who you should keep an eye on at the event. Also inside the May issue is a feature on Michelle Wie. We ask whether the much-maligned American — fresh off her first LPGA win in nearly four years — has finally matured her game to a level that'll threaten for years. The stats back up that a vast improvement with the flatstick has been the key to her success. Same story; different player. DAMIAN SHUTIE Editor-in-Chief email@example.com Twitter: @shooterOTG PHOTOGRAPHY BY