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By Brian O'Hare EACH year the PGA Legends Tour celebrates the final month of its season with the Tour Championship at Byron Bay Golf Club...
GREY nomadic golfers will be licking their lips when they see the Hole in One prize at the Australian Veteran Golfers Union (AVGU) National Championships at Port Stephens in NSW next November.
NEW ZEALAND has a growing reputation as an international golfing destination and with some renowned established courses – as well as a new entrant on the world Top 100 courses list – is well worth considering for your next golfing holiday.
The US edition of GOLF Magazine has just released its “18th biennial celebration” of the Top 100 Courses in the World and the list includes six Aussie courses – as well as an upstart Kiwi.
The Australian Mid Amateur National Championship for amateur golfers aged 30 to 54 will take place on the scenic Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia this year from November 8 - 10.
THE NSW Veteran Golfers Association Matchplay Championship is on again in November this year in the Newcastle area and should be a fun week of competitive golf and socialising for men and lady participants.
Year after year, Barwon Heads Golf Club features amongst Australia's best. This year it ranked #8 on the all important, Golf Course Guide - Top 100 Public Access Courses list. With undulating fairways, strategic bunkers, picturesque scenery and the testing winds from nearby Thirteenth Beach, there's no wondering why it continues to impress.
TIRED of playing the same old 18 holes every week? This amazing drone footage of the world’s longest golf course – which spans 1,365km and takes four days to complete – might inspire you to get out and about.
AN exciting and innovative addition to the ‘Stay and Play’ golf landscape has been launched this week with the NSW Southern Highlands ‘Golf Pass’ thought to be the first of its kind in Australia.
AMATEUR senior golfers from around the world are being offered the rare opportunity to play and socialise on some of the iconic links of Scotland – the Home of Golf - and to "follow in the footsteps of legends".