Major champion Green joins two young superstars at the ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open

Australia’s latest major golf champion and two more of the world’s most exciting young players have committed to play the 2020 ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open at Royal Adelaide in February.

Media release via Australian Golf Media 

Perth’s Hannah Green, defending champion Nelly Korda of the United States and Australia’s top-ranked female golfer, Minjee Lee, will all tee it up at one of Australia’s best courses from 13-16 February, joining a cluster of the world’s best players in the South Australian capital.

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Tom Doak’s reversible golf course is featured on Adventures in Golf with Erik Anders Lang

The idea of a reversible golf course, one that could be played in one direction or the other, is not new. In fact The Old Course at St Andrews was at one point regularly played in reverse.

The “right-handed” version of The Old Course is the one we’re all familiar with, but a “left-handed” version was played every other week in the late 19th century that began by teeing off to the 17th green and finishing by playing from the 2nd tee to the 18th green.

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Spectacular drone flyover of Royal Adelaide Golf Club

Check out this great flyover footage of Royal Adelaide Golf Club from Gary Lisbon.

The vistas across Royal Adelaide are always wonderful but these aerial shots are spectacular views across one of the best golf courses in Australia. In particular the shots with the train running through the property, the views of the 3rd and sand crater surrounds of the 11th green.

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