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Emirates Australian Open Gets Off to a Flying Start

November 30, 2013 Golf Tourism No Comments Email Email

Competition was fierce amongst the world’s top golfing talent on day one of the Emirates Australian Open 2013 as the tournament got underway to take home the prestigious Stonehaven Cup.

At the completion of day one, Adam Scott took the lead with a course-record 10-under 62, with American John Young Kim and Canadian Ryan Yip inequal second place as the battle continues to heat up.

This year’s Open is fast proving a must-watch competition, with players like Adam Scott, Rory McIlroy and Jason Day on the green at the prestigious Royal Sydney Golf Club, as well as six former Open champions – Greg Chalmers, John Senden, Aaron Baddeley, Geoff Ogilvy, Robert Allenby and defending champion, Peter Senior.

Guests of the impressive Emirates Dubai-themed marquee took in all the action from one of the best spots in the house, enjoying spectacular views of Royal Sydney coupled with Emirates’ world-renowned brand of hospitality.

Adam Scott leads after the  1st day at the Emirates Australian Open 2013

Adam Scott took the lead with a course-record 10-under 62 at the Emirates Australian Open.

Emirates Day One - Image 2

Leading international player, Rory McIlroy at the 18th hole at the Emirates Australian Open.

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