It couldn’t be more Australian than visiting the towns of Euroa and Glenrowan in rural Victoria where Ned Kelly and his gang wreaked havoc and then also pulling off the Hume Highway five miles north of Gundagai to inspect the Dog on the Tucker Box.
Ned Kelly is Australia’s famous bank-robbing Bushranger. His legacy is controversial; many consider him to be a folk hero and symbol of Irish Australian resistance against the Anglo Australian ruling class, while others emphasise his involvement ...
It is a sight to bring tears to the eyes of Australasian Tour journalists and photographers – the sign on mini oven indicating a wait of 45 minutes before the pies and sausage rolls are ready.
The mini pies and sausage rolls are a feature in most press rooms at Australian golf events.
It’s not uncommon for most to consume upwards of a dozen and covered with lashings of tomato sauce.
American Matt Kuchar admitted this week that his record is 10.
There was also the occasion many years ago ...
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Eight-time European Tour No. 1 Colin Montgomerie donned the apron to turn chef for a bar-b-que he hosted in the backyard of one of the stunning villas lining the Maxx Royal course.
The back yard was filled with Turkish Airlines Open guests and officials along with a handful of players including current European No. 1 Henrik Stenson and Ireland’s popular Damien McGrane.
“We have bar-b-ques all the time back at Dunning,” ...
Martin Kaymer and Matteo Manassero treated guests gathered at The Maxx Royal Belek Golf & Spa to a spectacular evening on the eve of the Turkish Airlines Open to celebrate the Maxx Royal’s position as official hotel partner of The Turkish Airlines Open by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
The wedge skills challenge at one of the world’s finest hotels preceded a stunning firework display lighting up the night sky above the Maxx Royal Belek Golf & Spa and officially signifying the start ...
It’s around 6am Tuesday 5th November, 2013 and I’m sitting here in Instanbul Airport waiting for a connection to Antalya and this week’s Turkish Airlines Open.
It is also the first Tuesday in November and that means it’s Melbourne Cup day when one horse stops an entire nation.
On the occasion of the 153rd running of the Melbourne Cup it was Irish horse Florente storming to victory at Flemington and with jockey Damien Oliver savouring his third Melbourne Cup success.
Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods were later ‘served up on a plate’ following Monday’s Match at Mission Hills exhibition encounter at Haikou on China’s Hainan Island.
As you can see from the photograph it was a very unique desert arrangement that guests enjoyed who attended the lavish gala dinner.
Where would you for a fantastic meal in Shanghai and the financial capital of China?
A Japanese restaurant, of course!
Seriously, it was BMW’s Nicole Stempinski and her colleagues who invited a select group of the international media reporting on this week’s BMW Masters to one of the best restaurants in Shanghai.
We were shown to a private dining room at the Kogen Restaurant where our chef ‘Jimmy’ dazzled us with his culinary skills.
It was a wonderful night – great ...