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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 212
GIBSON COMMITS TO NSW OPEN PGA Tour player Rhein Gibson will be one of the drawcards for the $400,000 NSW Open to be played in western Sydney from November 10 to 13. Gibson [pictured], who was raised in Lismore and represented NSW as an amateur, joins a growing list of impressive starters for the championship at the Greg Norman-designed Stonecutters Ridge. MORE> __________________________________________________ $500K ACE OFFER AT ISUZU QLD OPEN PLAYERS at the Isuzu Queensland Open next month will have the chance of winning $400,000 if they make a hole-in-one over the weekend. Windsor Income Protection and the Queensland Golf Foundation have gone into partnership to offer the huge prize at The Brisbane Golf Club during the weekend rounds of the championship from October 20 to 23. MORE> __________________________________________________ MELBOURNE CLUBS TO MERGE TWO golf clubs in the heart of Melbourne’s eastern suburbs – Churchill Park and Waverley – have set the wheels in motion towards merging. The new club, to be known as Churchill- Waverley Golf and Bowls Club Limited, will be based at the current Churchill Park course in Endeavour Hills. Waverley’s course is to be sold for development. Both groups of members voted overwhelmingly in favour of the merger at separate meetings last night, marking a milestone in the history of each club. MORE> _________________________________________________ FIJI TO WELCOME BOWDITCH & BOO QUEENSLAND’S Steven Bowditch and his close American mate Boo Weekley have confirmed they will play the $1.5 million Fiji International next month. Bowditch and Weekley are the latest international players to sign on for the ISPS Handa Australasian and European Tours co- sanctioned event. MORE ________________________________________________ ALPG CO-SANCTIONS THAI MASTERS AUSTRALIAN Ladies Professional Golf (ALPG) has announced it will co-sanction this week’s Thailand Masters in Bangkok. The ALPG has entered into an agreement with the Thailand LPGA to become a sanctioning partner for the 2016 Thailand LPGA Masters, which will be played over three rounds at the prestigious Panya Indra Golf Club from September 21 to 23. MORE TRAPS AROUND the from only $1750 including a $150 bar credit FULL MEMBERSHIP SPECIAL OFFER Join BGC with a friend or family member and receive 25% off one membership. www.bankstowngolf.com.au I E firstname.lastname@example.org I T 9773 0628 Bankstown Golf Club 70 Ashford Ave, Milperra NSW 2214 Flexible membership and payment options. Terms and conditions apply. Discount applies to the membership of lower value. Offer valid until the 30th October 2016
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