Cameron Smith’s happy homecoming

Cameron Smith’s happy homecoming

Cameron Smith is champing at the bit to get home for the Australian summer of golf after enjoying another successful year in the United States. 16 Oct 2018
‘I don’t care about fame or fortune’: Marc Leishman

‘I don’t care about fame or fortune’: Marc Leishman

Marc Leishman banked a cool US$1,260,000 yesterday after he captured his fourth career title on the PGA Tour. But the man from Warrnambool, whose career earnings have just ticked over US$24 million, says fame and fortune are the furthest things from his mind as he eyes his next victory. 15 Oct 2018
Kyle Stanley strengthens Aussie summer of golf

Kyle Stanley strengthens Aussie summer of golf

American World Cup star Kyle Stanley has announced he will be extending his stay Down Under to play the Australian Open and Australian PGA Championship. 14 Oct 2018
The best newcomers to watch on the PGA Tour

The best newcomers to watch on the PGA Tour

Whether they’ve arrived from Australia, Thailand, Chile, Korea or the United States, these are seven of the best newcomers to watch on the PGA Tour during the 2018/19 season. 11 Oct 2018
RYDER CUP: Beware the Sleeping Giant

RYDER CUP: Beware the Sleeping Giant

The 42nd Ryder Cup promises to be one of the most memorable events in recent history. Most people are backing the American ‘Dream Team’ to successfully defend the Cup. But the European side is a sleeping giant that will be relishing its underdog status. 26 Sep 2018
Cameron Smith: Primed for success

Cameron Smith: Primed for success

Cameron Smith plays the Tour Championship for the first time this week. Can he become just the second Australian to capture the title and the first to lift the FedEx Cup? 20 Sep 2018
The Evian Championship: Minjee’s Mission

The Evian Championship: Minjee’s Mission

Minjee Lee has enjoyed a solid career on the LPGA Tour so far but she’s failed to make her presence felt at the majors. Can she break that sequence and claim The Evian Championship this week? 12 Sep 2018
Brooks Koepka: Who can stop this major-winning machine?

Brooks Koepka: Who can stop this major-winning machine?

Brooks Koepka has now captured three of the past six majors he has entered. With 48 majors to be played before he turns 40 … Could he surpass Tiger Woods? 15 Aug 2018
CLUB OF THE MONTH: Kooyonga Golf Club

CLUB OF THE MONTH: Kooyonga Golf Club

Adelaide is often overshadowed by Australia’s larger capital cities. But when it comes to golf it certainly packs a punch – and Kooyonga Golf Club continues to present one of the finest courses in the nation. 31 Jul 2018
The Open: Barren Years

The Open: Barren Years

It has been 25 years since Greg Norman won The Open at Royal St George’s. There have been close calls since but the claret jug continues to dodge Australian hands. Will one of the seven Aussies heading to Carnoustie end the drought? 16 Jul 2018
Rory’s Homecoming

Rory’s Homecoming

Rory McIlroy hosts the Irish Open at Ballyliffin this week and is in dire need of some good form. Will he find his game at home? 4 Jul 2018
Thommo’s Top-10 Moments

Thommo’s Top-10 Moments

Peter Thomson will forever be remembered for what he achieved on and off the golf course. Here are just some of the accomplishments that led to him being immortalised in the World Golf Hall of Fame. 27 Jun 2018
Thomson one of the all-time greats, our hero: Spieth & Ogilvy

Thomson one of the all-time greats, our hero: Spieth & Ogilvy

Reigning Open champion Jordan Spieth has paid tribute to "one of the most masterful links players" to ever play the game after the death of Peter Thomson. 21 Jun 2018
Scotty is getting back to his best: Ernie Els

Scotty is getting back to his best: Ernie Els

International Team Captain Ernie Els has backed good friend Adam Scott to return to top form in time for the 2019 Presidents Cup. 30 May 2018
Davis earns maiden Web.com Tour victory

Davis earns maiden Web.com Tour victory

Cameron Davis has won his first title on the Web.com Tour after overcoming a six-shot deficit at the Nashville Golf Open Benefitting the Snedeker Foundation. 28 May 2018
Northern Exposure – New Zealand’s North Island

Northern Exposure – New Zealand’s North Island

New Zealand’s North Island is one of the most scenic destinations on the planet. And its rolling hills and clifftops have become home to some world-class golf courses. 26 Apr 2018
Porter, Gale and Barrett claim 2018 Meriton Invitational

Porter, Gale and Barrett claim 2018 Meriton Invitational

Five years after racking his clubs, Ewan Porter has jumped back into the winner’s circle at the 2018 Meriton Sydney Invitational alongside Daniel Gale and former Ladies European Tour winner Nikki Barrett. 1 Mar 2018
CLUB OF THE MONTH: The Coast Golf Club

CLUB OF THE MONTH: The Coast Golf Club

Perched above the Pacific Ocean and laid out across the rugged clifftops of Little Bay, The Coast occupies some of the most picturesque land in Sydney and provides its members and guests with a spectacular test of golf. 26 Feb 2018
WOMEN’S OPEN: Korea's Ko claims the Patricia Bridges Bowl

WOMEN’S OPEN: Korea's Ko claims the Patricia Bridges Bowl

South Korea’s Jin Young Ko has announced herself to the golfing world by winning the 2018 ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open in her first start on the LPGA Tour. 18 Feb 2018
WOMENS OPEN: Green’s golden opportunity beckons

WOMENS OPEN: Green’s golden opportunity beckons

It will take something special for Hannah Green to catch Korea’s Jin Young Ko and win the 2018 ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. But the 21-year-old is still well within touch and will play in the final group on Sunday. 17 Feb 2018
WOMEN’S OPEN: South Koreans loom large as Aussies falter

WOMEN’S OPEN: South Koreans loom large as Aussies falter

It appears as though the 2018 ISPS HANDA Australian Open has become South Korea’s to lose, with Jin Young Ko leading a handful of well-placed compatriots into the weekend. 16 Feb 2018