Date: July 05, 2007

July E News Competition

Last month we asked you to tell us the toughest hole you have ever played. Again, we had many great entries but decided that Ian Godsell has played the most difficult hole – the seventh at Barnbougle Dunes, Tasmania. “Standing 112 metres from the postage stamp, undulating green, flanked by cavernous bunkers, gale off Bass Strait in your face – any mistake is severely punished!” Congratulations to Ian on winning a hand signed copy of Greg Norman&aposs book, &aposThe Way of the Shark – Lessons on Golf, Business and Life&apos! Other responses we loved included: “Your drive must carry 200 metres to the fairway. On the left is a jungle and if you miss right you end up in a hazard!” – Michael Stephens describes the 18th at Koolau in Hawaii. And: “My first ever competition game. Everybody watching. Brain screaming &aposkeep it in!&apos Whack! Oh hell my next drive, for three, was way simpler!” – JC Bedson talks about Echunga&aposs first hole and the pitfalls of a wayward drive! This month, tell us which Australian golfer you would most like to play a round with any why, to win a dozen brand new Srixon AD333 golf balls, branded with the Golf Australia logo! The AD333 proves that with the right technology and expertise, the best can get better. The AD333 features a thinner cover than its predecessor and a large soft Energetic Gradient Growth core. The result is a ball that launches higher, with less spin and more ball speed. So you get more optimal launch conditions and greater distance without sacrificing the great feel and control that was the hallmark of the original AD333. – High initial velocity, high launch angle and low spin for greater distance – High and penetrating trajectory in all wind conditions for greater carry and distance – Tremendous soft feel and superb control We will publish the best responses on the website and share them with you in our next edition of E-News! Click here to enter Terms and Conditions Closes 11:59pm 21th July 2007. The winner will be announced in the next edition of Golf Australia&aposs E News. One entry per person. You must be a Golf Australia E Club member to be in the draw.