Inside Golf Australia October 2019
Former World No.1 Adam Scott rediscovered some of his best form throughout 2019. The October issue of Golf Australia features an exclusive interview with the Queenslander, who speaks candidly about the Presidents Cup, career Grand Slams and juggling Tour and family commitments.
19 Sep 2019
Australian Lukas Michel through to US Mid-Amateur final
In 38 previous U.S. Mid-Amateur Championships, no foreign-born player has claimed the title. Three have managed to reach the final match, the last being Garrett Rank seven years ago, but Lukas Michel, of Victoria, has a chance on Thursday to make history.
19 Sep 2019
Shinhan Donghae Open: Defending champion Park sees no favourites
Korea’s Sanghyun Park has ruled out being a shoo-in to successfully defend his Shinhan Donghae Open title when the event which is being tri-sanctioned by the Asian Tour, Korean PGA and Japan Golf Tour Organisation (JGTO) starts on Thursday.
Garcia & Pan commit to Aussie Open
Spanish superstar Sergio Garcia will play the 2019 Emirates Australian Open.
Presidents Cup: Niemann makes case for captain’s pick
With Presidents Cup Captains Tiger Woods and Ernie Els set to unveil their four captain’s picks on Nov. 6, Joaquin Niemann improved his chances of being selected following his maiden PGA Tour title at the season-opening A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier.
Morri: The long and the short of it
The enduring image of the 2019 Solheim Cup will be that of Suzann Pettersen, arms raised, screaming to the heavens after holing the most dramatic putt of her life to both clinch the trophy and simultaneously end her professional career.
Course Design: Fantastic Fives
Par-5s aren’t what they used to be, at least in the way they are played at the top echelons of the game. But as Golf Australia Architecture Editor Mike Clayton explains, Australia still has a bunch of first-class long holes no one would ever describe as ‘nondescripts’.
Review: Port Fairy Golf Links
A genuine links golf experience doesn’t require a 24-hour flight to Great Britain or Ireland as there’s an absolute beauty in our own backyard.
Travel: Next Stop, Vietnam
Vietnam is one of the most beautiful countries in South-East Asia. Its people are warm and welcoming, its history is fascinating, its food is epic and the landscapes are simply stunning. It is also one of the fastest-growing golf markets in the world.
Greens go Orange for new regional initiative
Golf Orange is a joint initiative between Orange Ex-Services, Duntryleague Golf Club and Wentworth Golf Club to promote golf within, and golf tourism to, Orange, NSW. Golf Orange has launched 11 new stay and play packages ahead of October's Hahn City of Orange Golf Championship.
Crouching driver, hidden caddies: Best of the Women's British Open
Here's a recap of how the pros did it at the Women's British Open at Woburn, thanks to the photographic team at Getty Images and Matthew Harris from the Golf Picture Library.
THE OPEN GALLERY: 50 Best images
The first Open Championship held at Royal Portrush in nearly 70 years was certainly one to remember, especially for new Champion Golfer of the Year Shane Lowry. Here are the best images from the week captured by Matthew Harris as well as the team of Getty Images photographers in Northern Ireland.
Watch: 14-club challenge – Choi vs van Rooyen
Ahead of the Magical Kenya Open presented by Absa, internet sensation Ho-Sung Choi took on Erik van Rooyen in the first edition of series 2 of the European Tour’s 14 Club Challenge.
VIDEO: Lucas Herbert's pre-round routine
As the early starters get underway in the final round of the Australian PGA Championship at Royal Pines take a behind the scenes look at the pre-round preparation Lucas Herbert undertakes each day before heading to the golf course.