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I normally might have ignored posting on the conclusion of the Australian Masters, but it’s pretty hard to justify glancing over Peter Senior’s victory at Huntingtale.

It also makes me chuckle because of a mundane occurrence on Thursday evening when I tuned into the second-round telecast. My boyfriend and I watched for way longer than I’d like to admit. During that time, my boyfriend kept asking “why they keep showing this old guy?” while critiquing his swing. I told him Senior was getting a lot of face time because he’s a big deal in Australia. My boyfriend really didn’t like Senior’s swing. But, hey, whatever works, right? I digress.

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By Conor Nagle under General

Rarr! (Sydney Morning Herald)

After a great deal of sabre-rattling on both sides, the Australian PGA has struck a compromise with billionaire eccentric Clive Palmer, owner of the Palmer Coolum resort, to ensure that the association’s annual championship goes ahead as planned.

The viability of the event was called into question by a series of bizarre local initiatives, including plans to scatter 161 life-size dinosaur models throughout the property, paint advertisements directly onto fairways and festoon the venue with billboard advertising for Palmer’s latest film production, Titanic II (“100 years later, lightning strikes twice”).

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