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Stuart Appleby is back in form ahead of the US PGA Championship, Greg Norman posted his third top five finish with a fourth at the US Senior Open and Aussie Peter Lonard is feeling his age, but he did manage to pocket $200,000 for a sixth placing at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational. News Roundup.
I have just sourced some new software through the Australian Senior Golfer Bookshop and was more than pleasantly surprised at the big saving involved. The purchase prompted me to do some price comparisons with major retailers that confirmed the great prices on the huge selection of new and used golf books available in the ASG Bookshop.
Veteran golfer Greg Norman is odds on to resume his troubled relationship with the US Masters next year. Norman, playing in his third tournament on the trot this week and with his competitive juices flowing, will also play in Perth and is in the sights of Australian Open organisers.
The 2008 Queensland Mid Amateur Golf Championship will return to Caloundra’s Club Pelican in September and this year there will be a new division for the 44 to 54 age group. The Mid Amateur concept has proven increasingly popular since its inception in 2005, with one big factor the family friendly attitude.
With the 2008 Australian Veteran Golfers Union National Championships due to start in Adelaide in October, tropical Cairns has been chosen to host the event in August next year. Staged on two spectacular local courses, the Queensland event is sure to be a winner.