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Golf Australia Express : August 2014
W HILE PLAYING at Augusta National is a dream for most golfers around the world. It’s also a dream very few ever get the chance to realise. As unreal as it would be to play at the home of The Masters, it’s the real golf experience at nearby Palmetto Golf Club that is more likely to get your tongue wagging after posting a sweet score. Found 20 miles (or 32km) from Magnolia Lane in Aiken, South Carolina, Palmetto is a member’s course that opens to the public for just one week a year. And you guessed it — that’s during Masters week. Established back in 1892 as a four- hole course, the experience that now lies ahead of you at Palmetto is not all that dissimilar, other than the expansion into a full 18-holer. Its clubhouse is hardly spectacular. The pro shop ain’t no country club setup. And the practice range is basic. Plain and simple, Palmetto is all about the golf. The Dream