Steve Keipert

Vive La Difference!

Vive La Difference!

No South Pacific island is nearer to Australia than New Caledonia. And a hot new course has given golfers even more reason to make the short journey to the French territory. 21 Feb 2017
WORLD CUP: Good to be King

WORLD CUP: Good to be King

Kingston Heath’s many admirers will revel seeing the great dame in full springtime splendour for the best players in the world 22 Nov 2016
Taking on the World

Taking on the World

Adam Scott and Marc Leishman headline the most global field in golf, but which twosome will adapt best to the reprised foursomes and fourball format? 22 Nov 2016
EURO TOUR: Noren stays hot to clinch Nedbank Challenge

EURO TOUR: Noren stays hot to clinch Nedbank Challenge

Alex Noren has become the first four-time tournament winner in world golf this year with a scorching final round to win the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa. 14 Nov 2016
PGA Tour: Perez stays calm, wins first event since ’09

PGA Tour: Perez stays calm, wins first event since ’09

Look carefully enough and you’ll find historical coincidences everywhere in sport – and Pat Perez authored another one by winning the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. 14 Nov 2016
NSW Open: Blyth stumbles then steadies to take title

NSW Open: Blyth stumbles then steadies to take title

After 54 holes of smooth sailing, Queenslander Adam Blyth endured a bumpy passage towards his second victory in two months, eventually winning the New South Wales Open by three strokes. 13 Nov 2016
NSW Open: Blyth finds his mojo

NSW Open: Blyth finds his mojo

Queensland’s Adam Blyth will enter the weekend rounds of the New South Wales Open armed with a two-shot lead and a boatload of confidence. 11 Nov 2016
NSW Open: Amateur Coletta leads the way

NSW Open: Amateur Coletta leads the way

Brett Coletta thought long and hard about turning pro after winning the Queensland Open as an amateur last month before choosing to remain a lilywhite. Three weeks on and the 20-year-old is seeking to do the Queensland/New South Wales Open double after a course-record ten-under 62 on the first day. 10 Nov 2016
Length not everything at NSW Open

Length not everything at NSW Open

Former world long-drive champion Jamie Sadlowski will provide the sizzle at this week’s New South Wales Open while host venue Stonecutters Ridge Golf Club brings the substance. 9 Nov 2016
LPGA: Feng on the money in Malaysia

LPGA: Feng on the money in Malaysia

They call her “Jenny Money” on the LPGA Tour and that’s what Shanshan Feng is banking plenty of today after her fifth tour title and second victory at the Sime Darby Malaysia event. 31 Oct 2016
PGA Tour: Gribble ascends from obscurity to champ

PGA Tour: Gribble ascends from obscurity to champ

A month ago Cody Gribble didn’t look like playing on the PGA Tour, let alone winning on golf’s toughest circuit. 31 Oct 2016
Opinion: Too much golf? Not a chance

Opinion: Too much golf? Not a chance

A mere 18 days separated 2016 and 2017 in PGA Tour terms, with the first event of the new ‘wraparound’ season wrapping up yesterday. 18 Oct 2016
Fiji International: Unstoppable Snedeker romps home by nine

Fiji International: Unstoppable Snedeker romps home by nine

Tournament drawcard Brandt Snedeker sucked away all hopes of an upset victory by a lesser-ranked player to dominate the 2016 Fiji International, winning by nine strokes for his first victory on the PGA Tour of Australasia. 9 Oct 2016
Fiji International: Snedeker passes the patience test

Fiji International: Snedeker passes the patience test

With drawcard status comes high responsibility, although Brandt Snedeker’s play this week suggests that carrying the lead feels as comfortable to him as the softest down pillow. 8 Oct 2016
Fiji International: Giles faces career-altering weekend

Fiji International: Giles faces career-altering weekend

Matthew Giles has no idea what future career path he’ll take, but tonight he will sleep on the lead of a prestigious co-sanctioned tournament where victory would give him a year-long exemption on the European Tour. 7 Oct 2016
OPINION: Jason, don’t leave it a year to come home

OPINION: Jason, don’t leave it a year to come home

Today’s news that Jason Day’s lingering back injury will force him to withdraw from his scheduled World Cup and Australian Open appearances in his homeland are a blow for both the summer of golf and Day himself. 7 Oct 2016
Fiji International: No problems for Houston in paradise

Fiji International: No problems for Houston in paradise

Most people venture to Fiji to relax and revive their energy levels, yet the leaders of the Fiji International are using the tournament to breathe life into their careers as a trio of players ranked outside the world’s top-1,000 hold down the top three places on the leaderboard. 6 Oct 2016
Paradise and opportunity draw Fiji’s best field yet

Paradise and opportunity draw Fiji’s best field yet

A total of 15,754 kilometres and $5 million in prizemoney separates the two European Tour events this week, although there won’t be a beanie or jumper in sight during the Fiji International – a fact the concurrent tour stop in St Andrews won’t be able to boast. 5 Oct 2016
REVIEW: Ocean Dunes Golf Course

REVIEW: Ocean Dunes Golf Course

It’s played something of a second-fiddle role during construction, but King Island’s latest wonder course is a shining example of good things coming to those who wait. 29 Sep 2016
OPINION: Who fills the void after Arnie?

OPINION: Who fills the void after Arnie?

The passing this week of golf – and sports – icon Arnold Palmer raises the question: Who carries the torch from here? 28 Sep 2016
Tiger could be shock Ryder Cup pick

Tiger could be shock Ryder Cup pick

He hasn’t struck a competitive shot in 13 months, but is it possible Tiger Woods is ready to make a Ryder Cup shock? 20 Sep 2016