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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 208
HOLDEN SCRAMBLE CRACKS ONE MILLION ROBERT Osborne [pictured above] has a million reasons to smile, after he was crowned the one millionth Holden Scramble player last Saturday. An iconic part of the Australian golfing landscape for 25 years, the Holden Scramble is Australia’s largest pro-amateur club team’s event. As the One Millionth player, Osborne and his team of Daniel Osborne (son), Greg McGibbon and Dereck Odgaard, will head off on the trip of a lifetime to attend the 2017 PGA Tour Championship, by Coca-Cola in Atlanta next September. MORE > __________________________________________________ ECCO GOLF’S NEW AUSTRALIAN DISTRIBUTION DEAL LEADING golf footwear innovator, ECCO Golf, and Sydney-based American Golf Supplies (AGS) have announced a new partnership. The deal will see AGS become the distributor of ECCO Golf shoes in Australia. AGS, established 50 years ago and owned by Paul and Kim Roser for the past two decades, is the Australian distributor for Ping clubs, bags and accessories. “We are delighted at the opportunity to represent ECCO Golf in the Australian golf market,” Paul Roser said. MORE > WOLLONGONG LODGES RANGE PLANS WOLLONGONG Golf Club is hoping to become an industry leader in the sports hospitality field after lodging plans to develop NSW’s first multi-level driving range and entertainment space. The development, which will interconnect with the current clubhouse and motel accommodation, is targeted at the tourism market as well as the city's growing population and reflects the growing demand for premium entertainment-based golf products similar to Las Vegas' Top Golf Complex. MORE > _________________________________________________ EUROS TO LEAN ON RYDER CUP ROOKIES IT’S less than a week before the Ryder Cup deadline for European team selection but the nine automatic qualifiers have been locked in. Belgium’s Thomas Pieters needed to win the Czech Masters on Sunday to be any chance, which leaves Rory McIlroy, Danny Willett, Henrik Stenson, Chris Wood, Sergio Garcia, Justin Rose, Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Andy Sullivan and Matt Fitzpatrick as the nine automatic qualifiers. Willett [pictured below], Wood, Cabrera-Bello, Sullivan and Fitzpatrick are all Ryder Cup rookies. There are three spots left to be filled and they will be hand-selected by captain Darren Clarke, with Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer strong chances to take two of the spots. TRAPS AROUND the No 54 Oceanique, Mandurah WA FOR SALE
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