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OneAsia confi rms online broadcast

Sanctuary Cove opens new clubhouse

The brand new state-of-the-art Sanctuary Cove Country Club clubhouse technically opened in December 2009 but the offi cial opening ceremony took place in early April. Over $12 million dollars was spent creating this exclusive and stunning golf clubhouse which is located overlooking the 18th hole on The Pines championship golf course. Designed by renowned architects Cox Rayner, the clubhouse features an undulating fl oating roof system that mimics the unique course layout of The Pines. Boasting full height glazed glass walls providing natural light and uninterrupted views of The Pines, it’s clear to see why members are thrilled with their new clubhouse. Sanctuary Cove Country Club President Greg Herring said members are thoroughly enjoying the new facilities. “Having the clubhouse overlooking the 18th hole of The Pines is perfect. There’s a real sense of camaraderie amongst our members who are now spending more time relaxing together in the Lakeside Bar and Jabiru Restaurant,” said Greg. Over 200 people attended the offi cial opening of the Sanctuary Cove Clubhouse including Mulpha Australia Executive Chairman Seng Huang Lee, Local Federal Member Mr Stuart Robert MP and Local State Member Michael Crandon MP.


OneAsia - Asia Pacifi c’s fi rst consolidated professional tournament pathway for elite golfers - today announced its online broadcast partnership deals with China’s top internet portals Sohu, Sina and Golfbox. These online arrangements will perfectly complement OneAsia’s exciting television platform in China. Under the agreements, all OneAsia tournaments in 2010 will be streamed LIVE to China’s mainland population on each of Sohu, Sina and Golfbox. “With over 1.3 billion people, China represents practically 20 per cent of the world and is thus a very important marketplace for OneAsia,” said Ben Sellenger, Chief Executive of OneAsia. “To be able to truly maximise OneAsia in a country where golf is one of the fastest growing industries, at the same time engaging a younger and more progressive audience, we are taking a vital step forward in ensuring that Asia Pacifi c’s leading professional players get the world-class exposure that they need to further their development while playing right here in Asia.” Since OneAsia was launched last year, its tournament schedule has more than doubled in size, offering players a multitude of full fi eld playing opportunities across the region for a total of US$13 million in prize money. Four of the 11 confi rmed events for 2010 will be played in China

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