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The PGA of Australia has launched an on-line HOLE IN ONE CHALLENGE! Using state of the art 3D modeling technology, it said that has never been before used for an on-line game in Australia, it has recreated the 11th hole at the Hyatt Regency Coolum course.
Designed with the assistance of COGS 3D Tours, the game uses 3D animation that allows players to view the course from a variety of viewpoints and angles, just as they would if they were actually playing the hole.
"This technology is state of the art and we are delighted that we are bringing an Australian first to golf fans on our website during the Cadbury Schweppes Australian PGA Championship,” said John Dunlop, General Manager of Commercial and Marketing for the PGA of Australia. “Fans will be able to see what the Professional's see as they take their shots for a chance to win the fantastic prizes we have on offer."
The aim of the game is to register the first hole in one or finish nearest the pin at the conclusion of the four days of competition. The major prize is a trip for two to stay at the Hyatt Regency Coolum on the Sunshine Coast for five nights with five rounds of golf (with a cart) included. Also included is a full set of Srixon golf clubs and a Srixon tour bag. Runner up prizes of Srixon stand bags will be awarded to participants registering the next nine holes in one (or nearest the pin's).
To participate, fans simply need to register at and play the game between 9am (EDST) on Thursday 4th December to 5pm (EDST) on Sunday 7th December.