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Matt Jones -15
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The Australian Golf Club is not only one of the oldest golf clubs in Australia it's also one of the most exclusive golf clubs. Golf was first played on the land around the early 1880’s.
The course has hosted many Australian Opens in its time including the inaugural tournament back in 1904, which was won by the amateur Michael Scott.
Now based in its forth location in Kensington, the course was designed by Jock Hutchison, Gilbert Martin and Carnegie Clark in 1904/ 5, today the course bears little resemblance to the original design.
Until the late 1950’s the nature of the course was a links design with sparse acacias, and in the low-lying areas, paper barks existed and there were vast tracts of sandy waste. The routing of the course changed little during this time, other than the need for modifications when the clubhouse was re-sited from the northeast corner of the property to where the now third clubhouse sits, following the first fire in 1932.
In the late 1950s a tree-planting programme began which introduced conifers and eucalypts to the course. In 1966 the western boundary of the property was effected by the construction of a the Sydney Airport freeway to Sydney Airport, alterations to the golf course were carried out by New Zealand Golf Course Architect, Sloan Morpeth.
The current layout which features moderated undulations and water hazards was redesigned by Jack Nicklaus in 1977, following an approach to the club by Mr Kerry Packer who agreed to meet the costs of the work.
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I amstill away this week in the Philippines so look out for our destination and golf features in the Masters issue of PGR Magazine, but here are my picks for this week.
My tips to Win:
Adam Scott 13/2 – with SportingBet
Paul Casey 11/1 – with BetFair
Cameron Smith 12/1 – with BetFair
Cheng-Tsung Pan 50/1 – with SportingBet
Wade Ormsby 66/1 – with VBet
Brett Rumford 150/1 – with BetFair
Zach Murray 350/1 – with UniBet
As always good luck
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