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Golf Australia reaches out to flood-damaged clubs

Golf Australia is reaching out to clubs, facilities and places to play in northern Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne in anticipation of a huge recovery operation after the past week’s terrible flooding throughout the state.

Numerous golf clubs, facilities and places to play have reported significant flooding over recent days as Victoria endures some of its worst-ever rain events.

This includes clubs along the Yarra River in Melbourne including Kew and Green Acres, which were inundated.

At Axedale Golf Club near Bendigo, for instance, flooding of the Campaspe River has devastated the golf course [pictured], with up to five pedestrian bridges washed away and machinery stored in a shed damaged.

Golf Australia head of clubs and facilities, Matt Chesterman, said GA’s regional development officers were speaking to various clubs and facilities in northern…

Read more at www.australiangolfdigest.com.au

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