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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 126
FP ADVERT the AROUND TRAPS PLAYGOLF WEEK A HIT THE first national Playgolf week ended on Sunday with thousands attending ‘Come & Try Days’ across nearly 200 golf facilities across the country. One of the unique events was held at Links Lady Bay Golf Club in South Australia [above], with more than 200 people at Golf on the Beach on Saturday and a Kangaroo Safari on Sunday. In addition to the 200 participants, more than 1000 spectators took in the action from the sidelines. Golf Australia’s golf development manager Therese Magdulski said “initial indications” proved the week had been a great success. “We hope everyone who has ever wanted to try the game got the opportunity to do so at one of the venues,” she said. _ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ GOLF AUSTRALIA DOMINATES MEDIA AWARDS GOLF Australia magazine has dominated the 2014 Australian Golf Media Awards, collecting three awards from the five categories it contested. The treble takes the magazine’s haul of awards for writing and photographic excellence to 22 since the Australian Golf Writers Association introduced the awards ceremony in 2000. For the second consecutive year, Golf Australia editor Brendan James collected the award for Best Feature story for his exclusive, The Long Road Back, on Jarrod Lyle’s dream to get back to the PGA Tour after his second fight against leukaemia. It was James’ sixth award in this category. MORE ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ _ BALL BRAWL HERE is another reason why you should put identifying marks on your ball. An argument over a golf ball erupted between two golfers at Cooroy Golf Club on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, which resulted in punches being thrown. The two men, aged 46 and 76, were playing in different groups when the assault allegedly occurred. The younger man is accused of repeatedly punching the older man in the face when the pair argued over ownership of a ball. The 46-year-old has been charged with seriously assaulting a person over 60 and will appear in Noosa Magistrates Court on December 16. __ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ __
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