Date: November 17, 2017
Author: Roy Fleming

Calm before the storms at Twin Creeks


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The morning groups are away on day two of the NSW Open at Twin Creeks Golf and Country Club in Penrith, in perfect conditions for scoring.

Light winds and warm, humid conditions greeted golfers at dawn, but it’s likely to change throughout the day.

With north-easterly winds and heavy clouds forecast, light rain is expected in the greater western Sydney location this afternoon,

Players looking to make the cut will need to take advantage of excellent conditions early this morning with playing conditions likely to become more difficult later on.

Victorian Brett Coletta was among the early groups out on the course this morning, looking to add more birdies to his superb opening round of 64 yesterday.

Join us throughout the day as we bring you online and social media updates, as well as facebook live events.

The action will be broadcast live on the Foxtel digital platform PGA TV and throughout the weekend which will bring you live coverage online.

If you are thinking about joining us, Twins Creeks Golf and Country Club is only 60-minutes from the Sydney CBD.

Better still, get down here, walk the fairways and rub shoulders with some of the Australia’s finest golfing talent as the Australian summer of golf gets into gear.

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