Paul Prendergast

Ernie’s Internationals’ core strength

Ernie’s Internationals’ core strength

With the core of his Internationals Presidents Cup team seemingly in place, Ernie Els is looking for lightning in a bottle. 11 Jul 2019
New Course: The ‘re-gen’ of Peninsula Kingswood

New Course: The ‘re-gen’ of Peninsula Kingswood

The biggest course redevelopment in Australian golfing history is set to propel Peninsula Kingswood Country Golf Club’s North and South Courses onto the world stage. 4 Jun 2019
Are Tiger and his men fair dinkum about the Presidents Cup?

Are Tiger and his men fair dinkum about the Presidents Cup?

Tiger Woods breezing into Melbourne recently to promote the Presidents Cup potentially did more for the Internationals’ hopes next December than those witnessing the great man up close for possibly the first time might have realised. 7 Dec 2018
Exclusive: Martin Kaymer’s mission Down Under

Exclusive: Martin Kaymer’s mission Down Under

Former World No.1 Martin Kaymer’s game has slipped in recent years, resulting in the Ryder Cup hero merely spectating as Europe dominated in Paris. Here, the two-time major winner discusses his plans to return to the game’s pinnacle, which will see him return to Australia this summer. 17 Oct 2018
Tiger Woods’ six-month report card

Tiger Woods’ six-month report card

The recently resurgent Tiger Woods checked out of the US Open at Shinnecock Hills at the halfway cut mark, beaten but certainly not bowed by the latest instalment of USGA torture designed to ‘identify’ the best. 21 Jun 2018
Weir’s Aussie tour reveals life left in the old dog

Weir’s Aussie tour reveals life left in the old dog

In the stifling midday heat on Queensland's Gold Coast, the smile said it all. There have been reasons too varied to mention that could excuse Mike Weir from regularly flashing his pearly whites on the golf course these past few years. 4 Dec 2017