WOMEN’S OPEN: Aussies eyeing glory at Kooyonga
It has been four years since an Australian won their national title and lifted the Patricia Bridges Bowl. But despite the challenges of a difficult layout and a star-studded field – which features three former World No.1s and 15 major championship winners – there are at least two members of the Australian contingent who remain confident of breaking the drought.
13 Feb 2018
Plan to help women end male dominance
Golf Australia has launched an ambitious plan to help women overcome the sport's male-dominated culture.
GA Express #284: Women's Australian Open Preview
The strongest local contingent in years is ready to overcome a world-class field and reclaim the Women's Australian Open.
OGILVY: Golf really is a game of opposites
One of the oldest clichés in golf is that it is a game of opposites. But like all clichés it is a cliché for a reason. It’s true in many ways.
DADDO: It’s a funny game, isn't it!
Hilarious, actually. Like, there are moments when it’s turned me inside out and had me ready to wet my pants with myrrh and then, there’re those other days.
REVIEW: Murray Downs Golf & Country Club
For nearly three decades, Murray Downs has been one of the premier courses to be found along the entire length of Australia’s biggest river. Here’s why it continues to be ranked among the nation’s finest layouts.
Cathedral Lodge: Heaven Sent
Ellerston look out – there’s a new Victorian course about to take the “most exclusive” title out of New South Wales. It’s called Cathedral Lodge and this uber-expensive Greg Norman designed layout has the Shark calling it his best design yet.
PRESIDENTS CUP: Day 1 through the lens
There was plenty of pomp and ceremony to opening proceedings at the Presidents Cup. Checkout all the best images from the team at Getty Images.
VIDEO: Lydia Ko's favourite Auckland fairways
Former World No.1 Lydia Ko has shared her favourite fairways in Auckland, New Zealand, with the 16th hole at Gulf Harbour Country Club coming out on top.
VIDEO: "I don't know what my future holds." - Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods has spoken publicly for the first time since his back surgery in April and has confessed he doesn't know whether he'll ever return to competitive golf.