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Greg Norman likes Singapore. Or so he told Colin Montgomerie asthey walked down the fourth hole at Royal Melbourne yesterday.’That’s where dictatorship works,’ he said. ‘It’s clean.’ (Sydney Morning Herald — 18 hours ago)
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A wired-for-sound Shark gives some insights and utters the usualgolfer’s complaints. (The Age — 18 hours ago)
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Shark takes walk on the wired side
Shark takes walk on the wired side

Torrential rain has threatened to wash out Thursdays opening round at the Heineken Classic after greens and fairways at Royal Melbourne were left submerged by downpours Solid rain overnight and t (ABC News — 2 February, 2005)
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The Heineken Classic is underway in Melbourne despite an overnight downpour which left parts of the course underwater The first groups teed off just before 10 00am AEDT two-and-a-half hours behin (ABC News — 3 February, 2005)
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It was a day of extremes. The weather was often horrible. Wet and drenching. Late in the day the sun squinted through the clouds. As it did the grass steamed. Then as the day was closing, dark clouds surrounded the course once more. (The Australian — 18 hours ago)
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South African Trevor Immelman opened up a three-shot lead late in the first round of the Heineken Classic at Royal Melbourne Immelman who birdied six of the first 10 holes had reached 8-under-par (ABC News — 3 February, 2005)
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Colin Montgomerie birdied the 18th to take a two-shot clubhouse lead in the second round of the Heineken Classic at Royal Melbourne Golf Club The big Scot is at 9-under after a 6-under round of 65 (ABC News — 6 hours ago)
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