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Davis heading back to PGA Tour

Davis heading back to PGA Tour

After a year full of confidence-shattering missed cuts, a relieved Cameron Davis has battled through the secondary Tour finals to boost Australia's contingent to nine for the next PGA Tour season. 3 Sep 2019
Presidents Cup: ‘Get behind us Australia’, says captain Els

Presidents Cup: ‘Get behind us Australia’, says captain Els

International team captain Ernie Els has urged the Australian public to get behind his men at the Presidents Cup this December as they attempt to defeat an “unbelievably talented” American side. 28 Aug 2019
Els leans on Scott for Presidents Cup win

Els leans on Scott for Presidents Cup win

Presidents Cup team captain Ernie Els is leaning heavily on Australian No.1 Adam Scott as the International team looks to break the United States' 21-year stranglehold on the event. 28 Aug 2019
GA Express 347: Aussie Report Card

GA Express 347: Aussie Report Card

Twelve Australians collected FedExCup points on the PGA Tour throughout season 2018/19. 27 Aug 2019
Rory McIlroy wins $15-million PGA Tour Playoffs

Rory McIlroy wins $15-million PGA Tour Playoffs

Rory McIlroy has bagged a stunning US$15 million (AU$22.3m) pay day by winning a second FedExCup title at the PGA Tour's season-ending Tour Championship in Georgia. 26 Aug 2019
Scott 'absolutely' in $15-million Cup race

Scott 'absolutely' in $15-million Cup race

Adam Scott believes the race to win the US$15 million (AU$22.20m) FedExCup is far from over having reduced his deficit after round one at the season-ending Tour Championship. 23 Aug 2019
Leader Koepka blasts photo-shoot critics

Leader Koepka blasts photo-shoot critics

World No.1 Brooks Koepka has taken a commanding position at the Tour Championship on the same day the first images from his naked photoshoot for ESPN's The Body Issue were revealed. 23 Aug 2019
Opinion: Where is our next Greg Norman?

Opinion: Where is our next Greg Norman?

The Australian footprint in the top 100 of the men’s world ranking isn’t as large as it once was, laments Australasian Tour Tournament Director Andrew Langford-Jones. Here, he examines why our numbers have been in decline over the past dozen years. 23 Aug 2019
$15-million Cup trumps Norman's earnings

$15-million Cup trumps Norman's earnings

With US$15 million at stake, Adam Scott and Marc Leishman are competing for more money at this week's Tour Championship than their idol Greg Norman won in his entire PGA Tour career. 21 Aug 2019
Scott won't judge season on Cup result

Scott won't judge season on Cup result

With a bizarre new format, Adam Scott feels his chances of winning the US$15 million FedExCup are higher, but believes the "big old exhibition" is not a true measure of consistency. 20 Aug 2019
Presidents Cup: Ernie Els’ final top-eight qualifiers

Presidents Cup: Ernie Els’ final top-eight qualifiers

The top-eight qualifiers for the 2019 Presidents Cup International Team are final and captain Ernie Els will lead a group that includes four players with a combined 17 previous appearances and four others who will be playing for the first time. 19 Aug 2019
Jason Day's new caddie 'lucky to be alive'

Jason Day's new caddie 'lucky to be alive'

Australian pro golfer David Lutterus is "tremendously lucky" to fill in as caddie for close mate Jason Day at the BMW Championship after a near-fatal motorbike accident six weeks ago. 15 Aug 2019
Scott to 'absolutely go for it' at Medinah

Scott to 'absolutely go for it' at Medinah

Adam Scott admits the BMW Championship is the biggest free pass he has had in his 20-year career and has promised to swing for the fences as he seeks to end a three-year winless drought. 14 Aug 2019
Reed captures Playoffs opener, Scott fifth

Reed captures Playoffs opener, Scott fifth

Patrick Reed has lifted his first PGA Tour trophy since winning the 2018 Masters with a one-shot victory in the opening event of the FedExCup playoffs. 12 Aug 2019
Smith makes sound start at Northern Trust

Smith makes sound start at Northern Trust

Cameron Smith says sightseeing trips into New York City are keeping him relaxed as he begins a difficult quest to keep his PGA Tour season alive. 9 Aug 2019
Lowry returns to work after Open win

Lowry returns to work after Open win

Open champion Shane Lowry says becoming a major winner will count for nothing when he steps onto the first tee in his first tournament back since last month's Royal Portrush triumph. 8 Aug 2019
Day hits reset button before Liberty National

Day hits reset button before Liberty National

Jason Day has admitted he burdened himself with heavy expectations of quickly reclaiming winning form by hiring Tiger Woods' former caddie Steve Williams. 8 Aug 2019
Leishman begins $15m Playoffs quest

Leishman begins $15m Playoffs quest

Still reeling from a poor display at the majors this year, Marc Leishman is hungry for redemption and wants to be the first Australian to win the PGA Tour's US$15 million FedExCup title. 7 Aug 2019
Scott out to end winless drought

Scott out to end winless drought

Adam Scott hopes a return to a golf course where he once defeated Tiger Woods can inspire a drought-breaking PGA Tour victory as he tries to avoid a third-straight winless season. 7 Aug 2019
Leishman primed for Playoffs run

Leishman primed for Playoffs run

Marc Leishman is excited by the luxury of playing with freedom as he heads a six-strong Australian contingent entering the PGA Tour's US$78 million FedExCup playoffs series this week. 5 Aug 2019
Presidents Cup: Captain Els to have no say in Royal Melbourne set-up

Presidents Cup: Captain Els to have no say in Royal Melbourne set-up

International captain Ernie Els will have no say in the set-up of Royal Melbourne for the Presidents Cup but still thinks his knowledge of a venue where he holds the course record can help his players. 2 Aug 2019