Award of media prices on the wave

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Mark and Karen Harding, editors of the magazine Golf Victoria, with two of the prizes demanded by the magazine.

The Australian Golf Media Association (AGMA) announced the winners of the Australian Golf Media Awards this year at an event held in conjunction with the Australian Open at The Lakes Golf Club in Sydney.

The night was well supported by many of the great people in the Australian golf industry, including Australian Open champion Cameron Davis and rising stars Harrison Endycott and Travis Smyth.

The evening was also the 20th presentation of the Australian Golf Media Awards, with the author of the magazine Golf Australia and columnist Brendan Moloney as the big individual winner.

He won the Best Long Form Story for his touching tribute to Peter Thomson, who died in May.

Moloney also received the Tom Ramsey Memorial Award for Excellence in a career spanning more than four decades.

Golf Victoria Magazine collected three gongs with Karen Harding awarded for the best reportage on women's sports, columnist Mike Clayton won the Best Suggestion for his thought-provoking "Money The Answer To Open", while artist Paul Harvey created the Best Photographic / Received illustration presentation.

Other winners included:

Nick Tabakoff of the Australian for his exclusive back page report showing Emirates' review of her sponsorship of the Australian Open Championship;

PGA TV collected the gong for the best visual presentation for his & # 39; World & # 39; s Biggest Bunker & # 39; video, while the SEN radio host Andy Maher received the award for Best Aural presentation for his sympathetic live interview with Jarrod Lyle shortly before he died.

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