Golfer Ray Lang, right, will be off to the US Open in Augusta next year thanks to the new golf cart he bought from Woolgoolga g
Golfer Ray Lang, right, will be off to the US Open in Augusta next year thanks to the new golf cart he bought from Woolgoolga g

Ray wins golfing trip of a lifetime



RAY Lang is swinging his clubs with extra enthusiasm this week.

The enthusiastic Coffs Harbour golfer has won a $30,000 trip to the 2006 US Masters tournament in Augusta, Georgia in April.

Mr Lang has just bought a golf cart from Club Car Australia's Coffs Coast agent, Woolgoolga Golf Club professional Wayne Armstrong, acquiring two tickets in a special promotion.

Mr Armstrong said the golf cart manufacturer had organised the prize as part of the promotion for a major Gold Coast PGA golfing show amd had given two tickets to everyone who had bought golf carts close to the time of the show, resulting in 350 tickets going out to golfers around Australia.

Mr Armstrong said when he gave Mr Lang a call to tell him the good news, he made sure Mr Lang was sitting down first.

Mr Lang plans to take his wife with him on the trip, which is for two people.

The trip also includes a free golfing stopover in Las Vegas as well as the opportuniuty to see top international golfers in ac- tion at the Masters.



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