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TWO major Victorian professional golf tournaments were confirmed on the PGA Tour of Australasia calendar. First the Vic PGA Championship in Moonah links from 4-7. November, in addition to Gippsland Super 6 the following week at Warragul Country Club. The tournaments are the perfect starting events for both the Australian Open and the PGA Championship, which will be played in the following weeks. Bendigo golfer Andrew Martin was pleased that more events were on the agenda again. “With all that is going on, it will be a long time before these are planned, but it is great that they have been announced,” he said. “We have all learned that things can change quickly when it comes to boundaries and restrictions, but hopefully these tournaments will go ahead without any problems.” Martin’s next major planned event is expected to be the NT PGA Championship in August, followed by a number of smaller Pro-Am events. Earlier this year, Martin won the Players Series Sydney at Bonnie Doon Golf Club with a final round that included four eagles. GOLF NEWS: Our journalists work hard to deliver local, breaking news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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Andreas Martin. GOLF AUSTRALIA

TWO major Victorian professional golf tournaments were confirmed on the PGA Tour of Australasia calendar.

First the Vic PGA Championship in Moonah links from 4-7. November, in addition to Gippsland Super 6 the following week at Warragul Country Club.

The tournaments are the perfect starting events for both the Australian Open and the PGA Championship, which will be played in the following weeks.

Bendigo golfer Andrew Martin was pleased that more events were on the agenda again.

“With all that is going on, it will be a long time before these are planned, but it is great that they have been announced,” he said.

“We have all learned that things can change quickly when it comes to boundaries and restrictions, but hopefully these tournaments will go ahead without any problems.”

Martin’s next major planned event is expected to be the NT PGA Championship in August, followed by a number of smaller Pro-Am events.

Our journalists work hard to provide the community with local, breaking news. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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