THE OPEN: “I felt like I was going to shoot 90” – O'Meara
It was meant to be a moment to look back on and treasure in retirement, but Mark O’Meara may want to erase from his memory completely the opening round of his last Open Championship.
THE OPEN: For Jason Day, patience is a virtue
Jason Day is the first to admit his game is still a long way from the standard he began to set in 2015 when he won his first major and ultimately sparked his rise to World No.1.
TESTED: Precision Pro NX7 laser rangefinder
The NX7 might not have all the bells and whistles of some of its top-of-the-line competitors, but it keeps up in the most important areas of performance.
TRAVEL: The Magical Mornington
Australia is blessed with a host of world-class golfing destinations and Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula ranks among our finest where great golf, food, wine and accommodation are par for the course.
THE OPEN: Where the Claret Jug will be won and lost
Royal Birkdale “is tough but fair”. That’s the general consensus among the players ahead of the first round of 146th Open Championship.
Spectacular Kangaroo Island course gets the green light
The South Australian Government has granted development authorisation for a new seaside course to be built on Kangaroo Island.
THE OPEN: Best final round images
Jordan Spieth is the Champion Golf Of The Year and winner of the Claret Jug after an eventful final round of The Open Championship. Checkout all the best images from the team at Getty Images.
VIDEO: Sergio Garcia & Anirban Lahiri launch 600-metre drives
Masters Champion Sergio Garcia goes head-to-head with Anirban Lahiri in a long drive battle in the heart of Dubai to launch the new website golfindubai.com
Aussie holes world record breaking 395-foot putt
Do you have trouble holing three-footers? Watch this Aussie guy roll in a putt at perfect speed from 395-feet to break the world record for the longest putt ever made.