Aussie sports writers have a special relationship with the game of golf.

Their job is to write about it, and they’ve written about it for years.

They’re not the only ones.

But now, after the first major event of the World Series of Golf, it’s time to take the reigns.

Golf writer Jason Moulton is in a unique position to say how golf will be played this year.

He’s the former editor of Golf Digest Australia and is a frequent commentator on Channel Nine’s World Golf Channel.

“Golf is a great sport, but it is also a very complicated sport,” he says.

So, with that in mind, I asked Jason what he thought about what it will take to have a World Cup in Australia. “

If you are playing a certain way, then you will get a particular result, but if you don’t play the right way then you won’t get that result.”

So, with that in mind, I asked Jason what he thought about what it will take to have a World Cup in Australia.

“There’s going to be some great things happening,” he said.

“When the World Cups start, you will see that the sport has got a lot more to offer. “

“They’ll be playing in the big venues that are going. “

They will see their names on the big banners and you’ll see them get their names and a trophy. “

They’ll be playing in the big venues that are going.

“Golf has really got its feet firmly on the ground now, so I think it’s a great time for golf to take on the World Championships of Golf. “

“Everyone’s favourite sport is going to have to be at the forefront of this one.””

Who is the next generation of Australian golfers?”

Everyone’s favourite sport is going to have to be at the forefront of this one.”

Who is the next generation of Australian golfers?

The next generation is being nurtured at the World Golf Championships of Australia.

The sport’s new CEO, Tony Currie, has spent much of his time behind the scenes helping the sport grow and grow again.

“There are a lot younger golfers out there now that are just starting their careers,” he told The Australian.

“Some of them have been playing golf for a while and they’re just starting to think about doing it.”

So many of these younger players are starting to put their skills to the test.

They are making their way to the final round of the Australian Open and have the opportunity to be the next Australian player in the World Championship.

“These kids are the next generations of golfers, I’m not sure if it’s the golf that they grew up with or if they grew them up in the same way as you and me,” says Jason.

“But they’re going to start putting their skills and their experience to the ultimate test, and hopefully they can win the tournament and hopefully have the chance to represent Australia at the next World Championships.”

We’re just at the start of the next phase of this growth.

The next generation has got the potential to do really well.

“It’s no secret that Australia has some very talented golfers.

“Every year, we have a few players that we look at, and when we look to recruit that next generation, we look across the board, from our current players to our next generation. “

Australia is an incredibly strong and talented sport, and it’s very important for the sport to grow,” he tells me.

Jason, who is in his second season as Golf Digest’s golf editor, has been covering the sport for more than 20 years. “

We look at who has got what it takes, what are their strengths, and what are they going to bring to the team and to the sport.”

Jason, who is in his second season as Golf Digest’s golf editor, has been covering the sport for more than 20 years.

He has covered the World Open, the Australian Masters and the Ryder Cup.

He is also the editor of Australian Golf Digest and the editor-in-chief of Golf magazine.