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ausgolf NEWS - April 2020

Dear ausgolf readers,

We continue to see the impact of COVID-19 and how it is disrupting so much of our daily lives with all Australian courses now asked to close by Golf Australia, but some States permitting restricted play.

We'll stay in touch via our monthly newsletter and we'll add new content for you to access while you isolate with your loved ones.

In this newsletter we start the process by re-introducing Hacker Magazine - the people's champion, with free access to all the articles. Have a read, enjoy and hopefully in the not too distant future we'll all be chasing a little white pill around the fairways of our great golf courses Australia wide.

Please keep safe and do the right thing so that we can all get back to the game we love.


Team ausgolf.


All Australian golf clubs advised to close

It was inevitable after Victoria announced the closure of all golf courses and facilities on March 27th that golf courses country-wide may be shut down.

As the COVID-19 crisis deepened and the government laid down tougher restrictions to curb the spread of the disease, Golf Australia made the announcement on March 30th.

Read the latest communication from Golf Australia here


ausgolf TRAVEL

Whilst travel restrictions are in place we suggest you read our reviews of Australia’s Top 3 Public Access Courses as unanimously ranked by GOLF Course Guide, Golf Digest and Golf Australia Magazine, and dream of a future round on these stunning layouts


Pictured above - Australia's #1 course, the awesome Cape Wickham on King Island.

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Above - the amazing Barnbougle.



With many courses and pro shop doors now closed, our friends at On Course Golf have partnered with their member golf pros and are offering 15% off their online store for all ausgolf subscribers.

Simply head to the On Course web shop by clicking on the button below and enter the code AUSGOLF15 at checkout to receive your discount. Offer valid on all available product, gift vouchers and already discounted items.



QOD Electric Buggy

The QOD is the smallest, single piece construction electric buggy on the golf market. Its unique four-wheel, telescopic design means there is no other buggy quite like it.
AND right now you can get it for the discounted price of just $1,099 including FREE Shipping. Payment plans also available. Check it out HERE




Hacker Magazine has been the people's champion for over two decades - providing a bright and entertaining look at golf.
During these stressful times, we're relaunching and providing all golfers a free read while we're all stuck at home and denied access to our favourite pastime.
All the articles are housed on ausgolf - Australia's most informative website, so have a look, sit back and enjoy our latest offerings - FOR FREE! This issue's highlight is an article where two regular golf writers from Melbourne share their experience of playing on the hallowed turf of Augusta! Click to read Issue #73


Augusta - The best course I've ever played! CLICK TO READ

Donald Trump's European Menage A Trois CLICK TO READ


Upcoming Golf Charity Days

With the shut down of gatherings Australia wide, planned charity events in the near future will be cancelled or postponed.
As we get news from Clubs and Charities on event changes we'll update our page. When things start returning to normal, be sure to come back to our list to plan a round..
There are some special events and venues to look out for in the months ahead including The National in October and Kingston Heath in Dec. We list over 60 charity days each year, so keep an eye on the calendar. Check the full list here

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