The Preview: Gainbridge LPGA

The Preview: Gainbridge LPGA

Six of the world's top-10 female players will tee it up in the inaugural Gainbridge LPGA in Florida hoping to post an early season victory. 22 Jan 2020
The Preview: Omega Dubai Desert Classic

The Preview: Omega Dubai Desert Classic

The European Tour's Desert Swing continues this week in Dubai where Bryson DeChambeau will defend the title he won in record style in 2019. 22 Jan 2020
The Preview: Farmers Insurance Open

The Preview: Farmers Insurance Open

A host of big name stars are returning to the PGA Tour at the Farmers Insurance Open, including Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy. 22 Jan 2020
Winner’s Bag: Lee Westwood –Abu Dhabi Championship

Winner’s Bag: Lee Westwood –Abu Dhabi Championship

Lee Westwood was never headed in the final round en route to notching up his 25th European Tour victory. Take a look here inside Westwood's winning bag. 20 Jan 2020
Victorious Westwood sets sights on 11th Ryder Cup

Victorious Westwood sets sights on 11th Ryder Cup

Lee Westwood thought his chances of equalling Nick Faldo’s record of 11 European Ryder Cup appearances had all but gone. 20 Jan 2020
FIRST LOOK: 2020 Scotty Cameron Special Select putters

FIRST LOOK: 2020 Scotty Cameron Special Select putters

The new Scotty Cameron Special Select putter line for 2020 blends timeless designs with modern craftsmanship to deliver pure Tour-validated performance in eight new blade and mid-mallet setups. 18 Jan 2020
Small Wonders: Australia’s 60 Best Nine-Hole Courses

Small Wonders: Australia’s 60 Best Nine-Hole Courses

With nearly 30 percent of Australian golf courses being of the nine-hole variety, you don’t have to venture too far to find one that offers plenty of fun without burning a hole in your pocket. 20 Dec 2019
Americans fightback as Presidents Cup hinges in the balance

Americans fightback as Presidents Cup hinges in the balance

The stage is set for a grandstand finish to the Presidents Cup after an afternoon of high drama at Royal Melbourne. 14 Dec 2019
Internationals’ morning glory extends Presidents Cup lead

Internationals’ morning glory extends Presidents Cup lead

The Internationals' stunning Presidents Cup blitz continues with Ernie Els' underdogs extending their lead to four points at Royal Melbourne. 14 Dec 2019
Americans off the canvas in late Presidents Cup rally

Americans off the canvas in late Presidents Cup rally

The star-studded American Presidents Cup team had to draw on all their talent, experience and a little luck to avoid an embarrassing International team clean-sweep of the second day foursomes. 13 Dec 2019
Ernie's men ambush Americans at Royal Melbourne

Ernie's men ambush Americans at Royal Melbourne

The Ernie Els-led Internationals will take a 4-1 lead into the second day of the Presidents Cup after ambushing the United States in the opening day fourball matches. 12 Dec 2019
Presidents Cup: All You Need To Know

Presidents Cup: All You Need To Know

Two dozen of the world’s best golfers have arrived in Melbourne for the Presidents Cup starting at Royal Melbourne Golf Club on Thursday. Here’s what you need to know about the Cup, the teams, the course and how to catch the action. 10 Dec 2019
“What were you thinking Patrick?”

“What were you thinking Patrick?”

In the 24 hours since Patrick Reed swept sand away from behind his ball to improve his lie and attract a two-stroke penalty, his actions have been criticised and lambasted on social media by Tour pros and fans. 8 Dec 2019
Leishman six back but still in Aussie Open hunt

Leishman six back but still in Aussie Open hunt

Marc Leishman knows how to chase down a tournament leader. 7 Dec 2019
Bad Reed

Bad Reed

Patrick Reed has been slapped with a two-stroke penalty for improving his lie during the third round of the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. 7 Dec 2019
Els not worried by Cup stars’ mixed Open form

Els not worried by Cup stars’ mixed Open form

The mixed form of International players during the first two rounds of the Australian Open won’t influence captain Ernie Els to change his mind on pairings for the matches. 6 Dec 2019
Scott’s Open rhythm & blues

Scott’s Open rhythm & blues

Adam Scott walked onto the 1st tee at The Australian Golf Club shortly before 11.50am. The rapturous applause from the fans ringing the tee was greeted with a smile and a wave from the 2013 Masters Champion. 5 Dec 2019
The pursuit of agronomic perfection

The pursuit of agronomic perfection

The first time I went to Augusta National I was in awe of its colours. They were seductive. The palette of pink, white and fuchsia azaleas and sweeping green fairways punctuated by clean white bunkers is striking to the eye. 5 Dec 2019
Travel: Ultimate Gold Coast Golf Guide

Travel: Ultimate Gold Coast Golf Guide

Queensland’s Gold Coast boasts more attractions and venues than any other destination in the southern hemisphere and it’s also easy to adopt the laid-back local lifestyle with more than 70 kilometres of beaches and 100,000 hectares of world heritage-listed rainforest never far away. 21 Nov 2019
Opinion: When did pro golf become the equivalent of a boring chick-flick?

Opinion: When did pro golf become the equivalent of a boring chick-flick?

It’s date night. Your wife whisks you off to the movies and you’re subjected to some chick-flick that is so tedious you drift off to sleep through sheer boredom. 8 Nov 2019
Road Trip: Toasts of the Coast

Road Trip: Toasts of the Coast

The NSW South Coast between Mollymook and Eden has a reputation as one of Australia’s best golfing destinations. Picture-postcard scenery, a wealth of off-course activities as well as great food and wine have golfers, and non-golfers, heading back for more. 18 Oct 2019