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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 219
With a golf course established in 1899 and views to the Blue Mountains conveniently located only 14km from Sydney’s CBD, prestigious Killara Golf Club offers a picturesque setting, both from the indoors and outdoors, making it a perfect venue. Killara Golf Club is known as one of Sydney’s most prestigious private member clubs, we warmly welcome membership, event and corporate golf enquiries. Choose Killara Golf Club. Killara Golf Club 556 Pacific Highway, Killara NSW 2071 PHONE: (02) 9498 2700 EMAIL: email@example.com WEB: www.kgc.com.au Killara Golf Club Golf is just the Beginning... A MERICAN Jeff Overton probably thought he was all but safe when he started his final round at the 2010 Greenbrier Classic, given his playing partner in the final group, Brendon de Jonge, sat six shots adrift. But he didn’t count on our man Stuart Appleby, who was seven shots back, roaring into contention with six front nine birdies, an eagle at the 12th and then three consecutive birdies over the final three holes to overhaul him and win by a shot. STUART APPLEBY – 2010 GREENBRIER CLASSIC L ESS than a month before Appleby’s triumph, Paul Goydos got there first when he netted a 59 at the John Deere Classic. Goydos’ first round set him up for a big weekend, but unlike Appleby he couldn’t ride it to victory, finishing second behind Steve Stricker. Goydos’ stellar round included eight birdies on the back nine. PAUL GOYDOS – 2010 JOHN DEERE CLASSIC WATCH IT HERE WATCH IT HERE
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