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Golfing World: Catching up with Scott Hend
Golfing World chat with Scott Hend, who spent a successful 2013 playing all over the globe and racking up huge air miles.foot and 180 pounds, Hend is currently the longest hitter on the Asian tour , topping the rankings for the last two years with an average distance of 312 yards. That's just three yards short of Bubba Watson . And back in 2005, he was the first non-American to top that stat on the PGA tour . I think I've been very fortunate in my career so far, I've been very flexible, and lucky enough to be strong in
Golfing World: Carbrook Golf Club
Golfing World braves the sharks and checks out the offerings at Australia’s Carbrook Golf Club.just grown up living in the lake like that sits beside the golf course there. -While some Carbrook residents still brave the water, the days of golfers jumping in to retrieve lost balls are long gone. But for quite a while after the flooding, many members refuse to believe the stories were true. -It's probably a bit of a myth at the start like the Loch Ness Monster . -And that went on for a number of-- a number of years and then a couple of people actually got some shotsdangerous water has it or undoubtedly the stars, this isn't a novelty golf course . The monthly tournaments here has been renamed in their honor, but Carbrook also hosts national level championships as it offers a stern test. -People talk about how good the greens are. Consistently year round they're always good. It's quite a forgiving place to play. There's a lot of water, but it's-- you know, it also have a lot of area where you can't miss it. Sort of a-- It's a lengthy field. It's a fairly flat golf course with some small undulations especially around the greens. There are a number of trees, but I would say it's a fairly open style of golf course . -There are two different nines. The front pretty straight forward. Like shape wise most holes are pretty straight and the holes are