Sadly, no matter how good you are as a golfer, you can’t always guarantee your performance. At least you can now guarantee the performance of your luxury sedan. The Genesis boasts Euro-style luxury design and performance on top of being awarded Australia’s Best Large Car under $70,000 for the second year running. It challenges every expectation when it comes to traditional motoring luxury.
If you ever wanted prove that the Genesis Golf Link Cup is a truly national competition, then look no further than the Teams Leaderboard for Week 7. Teams from the Murray River Region in New South Wales, Pinjarra in Western Australia, and Adelaide's outer suburbs are contending for Series One honours, with Esperance, Rockhampton, and Tura Beach in NSW also represented in The Top 25.
There might be no better introduction to the appeal of the Mornington Peninsula as a Genesis Great Golf Road Trip destination than the home page of the local tourist association website.
“Grab the keys,” it says, “and set out on a self-drive tour to see every bit of the Mornington Peninsula, postage stamp-sized but chock-full of breathtaking coastal scenery, charming villages, wineries and championship golf courses.”
Yamba Golf Club President Tony Moran joined a pretty exclusive club in Week Five of the Genesis Golf Link Cup.
In the first four weeks of the 2017 competition only one of the more than 99,000 golfers playing the event managed to accrue more than 40,000 points in a single round.
But on April 1, Tony doubled that number to two with a 51 point stableford effort that is still the talk of the club.
Anyone who plays golf knows that even in the space of two rounds it can throw up both highs and lows.
Week Four Genesis Golf Link Cup C Grade winner Suzanne Beattie can attest to this phenomenon having lost the weekly comp on a countback in Week Three before romping to national victory in Week Four.