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Australian Open Winners

The winners of the Emirates Australian Open draw were Russell Bishop of Cranbourne, Victoria, and Ian Hyun of Sydney. Each received 2 tickets to watch the game from the Open Club, at The Lakes Golf Club.

We have heard back from Ian Hyun, who wrote, “Thank you very much for sending me tickets to the Australian Open 3rd Round on Saturday for myself and my golf mate. We both really enjoyed watching the World???s top ranked players like Tiger Woods, Adam Scott, and our new hope Jason Day at the Open.”

This was Ian’s first experience watching a major golf competition and seeing the world’s top players. He did not fully believe it when he first heard the news, as he had never won a draw in his life. “But on the next day I actually received two tickets by express post and it included access to the ?Open Club? where I was provided nice BBQs and unlimited drinks for FREE!! The Open Club has a fantastic view of the 18 hole green, and here I could relax and hide from the sun in the afternoon with icy drinks, waiting for Tiger to finish the round.”

Crazy Golf Deals latest Giveaway is the 2 Day Golf Holiday for two at Coolum Beach on the Sunshine Coast. The winner will get to play at two superb courses, both the Coolum Hyatt Golf Course and at Pelican Waters. As well as resort-style accommodation, the prize includes airfares to the Sunshine Coast from anywhere in Australia. Get your free tickets here. Entry into this Golf Getaway draw ends on 31st December and it will be drawn on the 5th January 2012.

Golf in the Port Stephens region: The Palms Golf Course is in the magnificent Port Stephens – Nelson Bay region, an easy 2 and half hours drive north from Sydney or less than an hour from Newcastle. So if you’re hoping to get right out of the city for a day and have a round of golf with a mate, here is your chance. For just $35 you get two 18 hole rounds with a cart and cold drinks at the club afterwards. You’ll still have ample time to continue on down Nelson Bay Rd and do some sightseeing. You may decide to stay longer and explore this beautiful region, as you’ll find a great range of accommodation, restaurants, cruises, clubs, wineries and more. Port Stephens lays claim to being the ‘Dolphin Capital of Australia’, and dolphin watching cruises depart daily.