Aussies fighting it out to keep PGA cards
They are the Australians fighting for their jobs in American golf while the big guns are away in Scotland at The Open Championship.
Scott abandons long putter in search of Open glory
Adam Scott has ditched his long putter in favour of a conventional putter and grip in a bid to improve his work on the greens at The Open.
Ogilvy: Why only the greats win at Carnoustie
I played in my first Open Championship at Carnoustie in 1999. I was pretty excited. I had failed to qualify a couple of times while I was still an amateur, so it was special for me to make my Open debut during my first year as a professional. I had performed really well in the qualifying and was really looking forward to playing a course I had been to and really enjoyed a couple of times before.
Carnoustie Golf Links: Australia’s unhappiest hunting ground
If an Australian is to win at The Open at Carnoustie this week he will have to defy 87 years of heart-breaking history on the Scottish Links.
REVIEW: Mt Compass Golf Course
A new owner, a new name, a new course superintendent and this South Australian gem is starting to sparkle again.
CITY LIGHTS: Adelaide
It is often said “you are only ever 20 minutes from anywhere in the city of churches”. Here, we expand that perimeter to showcase the Top-12 Courses you will find within a 45-minute drive of Adelaide’s city centre.
Gallery: Moving day at the Open Championship
The third round of the 147th Open Championship saw some huge names like Jordan Spieth and Tiger Woods stamp their presence on the tournament. Here are some of the best images from round three, moving day, at Carnoustie.
World Cup: Fastest hole challenge
To celebrate the public release of tickets to the Melbourne World Cup of Golf, teams of young professionals, PGA Australia trainees and local sports stars assembled at The Metropolitan Golf Club to tackle the fastest hole challenge.
Avoiding the world’s biggest bunker
Daniel Fox, Aaron Pike and Ryan Lynch did their best to avoid the world’s biggest bunker.