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Golf Australia Express : June 2014
IF THE SHOE FITS IT’S not often that the oh-so different worlds of golf and basketball collide, but Bubba Watson got more than he bargained for when he sat courtside for an Oklahoma City Thunder Western Conference final against the LA Clippers. The Masters winner received a pair of game shoes from NBA MVP Kevin Durant. 'Sole' brothers unite. MASTER YOUR SWING AND WANDER THE FAIRWAYS IN FOOTSTEPS OF LEGENDS. For a memorable golfing experience stay at InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort and discover Australia’s best and most challenging golf courses. From $1,197 the Memorable Escapes package includes 3 nights accommodation, full buffet breakfast in the Cove Cafe daily, plus 3 rounds of golf for two adults at The Pines, The Palms and Links Hope Island golf course. For more information on bookings please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Business Development Manager - Golf or visit intercontinental.com Subject to availability I Offer is based on 3 nights I Single/double/twin occupancy. I 18 Holes of golf on The Pines, The Palms and Links Hope Island I In conjunction with this offer Group Organisers bringing a minimum number of 10 guests will receive a complimentary stay. In over 170 countries across the globe including DANANG • FIJI • NEW YORK • PARIS Around The Traps FBI TALKS TO MICKELSON OVER INSIDER TRADING CLAIMS PHIL Mickelson is maintaining his innocence after FBI agents approached him at a tournament in relation to an insider trading investigation. The FBI and the Securities and Exchange Commission are investigating trades Mickelson and Las Vegas gambler Billy Walters made involving Clorox during the same period that investor Carl Icahn was trying to take the company over. Agents approached Mickelson after the opening round of the Memorial Tournament, but the five-time major champion said he had nothing to hide. “It’s not going to change the way I carry myself," Lefty said. “Honestly, I’ve done nothing wrong. I’m not going to walk around any other way."