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Australia's three biggest golf tournaments cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic

The three biggest golf tournaments on the Australian calendar have all been cancelled, with the Australian Open, Australian PGA and Women's Australian Open all falling victim to the coronavirus pandemic.
1 year ago|Canberra, Australia

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Golf's Australian Open cancelled for first time in 75 years

Australia's three biggest golf tournaments fell victim to the coronavirus pandemic Friday in an "unprecedented blow" to the sport.

1 year ago|Los Angeles, United States
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Golf's Australian Open Cancelled For First Time In 75 Years

The men's and women's Australian Open and the PGA Championship, all due to be played in February, will now no longer take place.

1 year ago|New Delhi, India
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Australia Open cancelled for first time since WW2

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Australia Open will be absent from the sporting calendar for the first time since World War Two this season after Golf Australia and the PGA of Australia cancelled all of their top events on Friday because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full story

1 year ago|Malaysia
Sydney Morning Herald
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Golf Australia cancels Australian Opens, Australian PGA due to COVID

Golf Australia has cancelled its three major tournaments, all set for February, due to the ongoing uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic.

1 year ago|Sydney, Australia
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Golf's Australian Open Cancelled For First Time In 75 Years

Australia's three biggest golf tournaments fell victim to the coronavirus pandemic Friday in an "unprecedented blow" to the sport. The men's and women's Australian Open and the PGA Championship, all due to be played in February, will now no longer take place. It will be the first time since 1945 that the men's Open, won previously by the likes of Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman and Rory McIlroy, will not tee off.

1 year ago|United States
ABC Australia
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Coronavirus concerns cause cancellation of three major Australian golf events

For the first time since World War II, the men's Australian Open golf tournament will not be held, as the coronavirus pandemic forces the cancellation of three major events.

1 year ago|Australia
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Golf's Australian Open cancelled for first time in 75 years

Australia's three biggest golf tournaments fell victim to the coronavirus pandemic in an "unprecedented blow" to the sport.

1 year ago|South Africa
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Australian Open cancelled for first time in 75 years

Australia's three biggest golf tournaments fell victim to the coronavirus pandemic in an "unprecedented blow" to the sport in the country.

1 year ago|Ireland
Indian Express
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Golf: Australia Open cancelled for first time since World War Two

The 105th edition of the country’s oldest and most prestigious tournament, scheduled to take place at Melbourne’s Kingston Heath Golf Club, had already been postponed from its usual slot in November.

1 year ago|India
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Australia Open cancelled for first time since World War Two

The Australia Open will be absent from the sports calendar for the first time since World War Two this season. This came to be after Golf Australia and the Professional Golfers Association (PGA) of…

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