OPINION: Jason, don’t leave it a year to come home
Today’s news that Jason Day’s lingering back injury will force him to withdraw from his scheduled World Cup and Australian Open appearances in his homeland are a blow for both the summer of golf and Day himself.
Fiji International: No problems for Houston in paradise
Most people venture to Fiji to relax and revive their energy levels, yet the leaders of the Fiji International are using the tournament to breathe life into their careers as a trio of players ranked outside the world’s top-1,000 hold down the top three places on the leaderboard.
Paradise and opportunity draw Fiji’s best field yet
A total of 15,754 kilometres and $5 million in prizemoney separates the two European Tour events this week, although there won’t be a beanie or jumper in sight during the Fiji International – a fact the concurrent tour stop in St Andrews won’t be able to boast.
TRAVEL: Sapphires & Diamonds
With postcard quality scenery, a feast of great food and wine offerings and terrific golf courses, the New South Wales South Coast might just be one of Australia’s great golf road trip destinations.
HUGGAN: First-time major winners … get used to it
In this upwardly-mobile, increasingly aspirational and ever-more technically sophisticated 21st century, it was inevitable. Oh, so inevitable. But it isn’t necessarily good or desirable.
REVIEW: Twin Creeks Golf & Country Club
This western Sydney golf club has spent its first decade making the most of an enticing semi-rural landscape. Now its future lies in capitalising on the growth corridor emerging around it.
My Favourite Courses: Nick O'Hern
The recently retired former Australian PGA champion opted for a few tournament faves, some global classics and even a secluded nine-hole par-3 track in his top-10.
Ryder Cup cheers, jeers and tears
There's heartbreak, elation and memories for a lifetime ... The Ryder Cup never ceases to disappoint in providing the greatest images in the game.
Heckler trumps McIlroy at Ryder Cup
A heckler was pulled from the crowd at the Ryder Cup Thursday morning after belittling Rory McIlroy and Andy Sullivan's attempts to sink a putt during a practice round.
PGA TOUR: Mickelson drains a 94-foot birdie bomb
Phil Mickelson began his Tour Championship campaign by rolling in a massive birdie putt from 94 feet from off the fringe.