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Wolff eagles 18 to win 3M Open

Wolff eagles 18 to win 3M Open

Six weeks after winning the NCAA individual title with Oklahoma State, Matthew Wolff wrapped up just his third tournament as a professional. 8 Jul 2019
Day recovers but Piercy on fire at Twin Cities

Day recovers but Piercy on fire at Twin Cities

With big names Brooks Koepka and Jason Day making only lukewarm starts, a red-hot Scott Piercy took full advantage to blitz the field in the first round of the 3M Open. 5 Jul 2019
Tiger’s Blog: US team will be “one of the strongest”

Tiger’s Blog: US team will be “one of the strongest”

It’s been a while since my last blog entry and you could say that a lot of good things have since happened. Personally, I could not be happier after adding a fifth green jacket by winning the Masters Tournament. It was a pretty amazing final round with a lot of great players in contention and I’m fortunate that I finished on top. 30 Apr 2019
Cream rises to the top during Masters first round

Cream rises to the top during Masters first round

Major championship golf has a habit of bringing the best players to the fore, and Thursday at Augusta National saw former major champions and top ranked players climb the leaderboard in perfect weather on a layout playing longer than usual due to rain earlier in the week. 12 Apr 2019
Leishman flying as Day & Smith out of WGC

Leishman flying as Day & Smith out of WGC

Two hard-fought wins at the World Golf Championships-Match Play have ensured Marc Leishman a safety net as he prepares for a showdown with American superstar Bryson DeChambeau. 29 Mar 2019
Mickelson a 'frustrating' opponent: Day

Mickelson a 'frustrating' opponent: Day

Jason Day believes a "frustrating" Phil Mickelson is the biggest hurdle to overcome if he wants to advance from a star-studded group at the $10.25 million (AU$14.4m) World Golf Championships-Match Play in Texas. 27 Mar 2019
Day embraces tough WGC-Match Play draw

Day embraces tough WGC-Match Play draw

Jason Day says he'll need to draw on his great record in the event if he's to progress from a star-studded group of majors winners at this week's World Golf Championships-Match Play in Texas. 26 Mar 2019
Inside Golf Australia March 2019

Inside Golf Australia March 2019

The March issue of Golf Australia magazine is all about technology and features 26 pages of new ideas and tips for better golf. 21 Feb 2019
Morri: Golf – Art? Science? Both?

Morri: Golf – Art? Science? Both?

It is testament to the endlessly fascinating nature of golf that it attracts – in almost equal number – both artists and engineers. 14 Feb 2019
Rookie Min Woo Lee shines in Saudi

Rookie Min Woo Lee shines in Saudi

West Australian youngster Min Woo Lee is off to a flying start in his professional golf career after a dazzling weekend performance gave him fourth place in the European Tour's Saudi International. 4 Feb 2019
McLeod second behind Pieters at Saudi International

McLeod second behind Pieters at Saudi International

Belgian Thomas Pieters struck a flawless seven-under-par 63 to carve out a two-shot lead after the opening round of the inaugural Saudi International in King Abdullah Economic City. 1 Feb 2019
GA Express 317: What's in store for 2019

GA Express 317: What's in store for 2019

It’s still only January … But the golfing world has already enjoyed plenty of thrilling storylines and events. 31 Jan 2019
DeChambeau's record win on European Tour

DeChambeau's record win on European Tour

Whether it's science or art, Bryson DeChambeau is making a name for himself for simply winning. 29 Jan 2019
Hend second in Dubai behind Fitzpatrick

Hend second in Dubai behind Fitzpatrick

Scott Hend is among an eight-man group sharing second place after the opening round of the European Tour's Dubai Desert Classic. 25 Jan 2019
Flagstick rule can help at Masters: Woods

Flagstick rule can help at Masters: Woods

Tiger Woods agrees with Adam Scott that golf's new flagstick rule could be an advantage at the Masters on Augusta National's slick greens. 24 Jan 2019
Scott nearing the $50 million mark

Scott nearing the $50 million mark

On the cusp of becoming the first Australian to earn US$50 million in career prizemoney on the PGA Tour, Adam Scott has made a significant putting change he feels could ignite a return to top form. 24 Jan 2019
Golf and politics mix at Saudi International

Golf and politics mix at Saudi International

Golf usually isn't all that complicated for Dustin Johnson. He decides where he's going to play and tries to post the lowest score. 15 Jan 2019
Leishman fifth as Kuchar leads in Hawaii

Leishman fifth as Kuchar leads in Hawaii

Super-consistent Marc Leishman is on track for another big PGA Tour payday, but the Sony Open title appears almost out of reach going into the final round. 13 Jan 2019
HUGGAN: Now for something completely different

HUGGAN: Now for something completely different

It always raises a wee smile when, during the prolonged and typically over-the-top build-ups to a Ryder Cup or a Presidents Cup – take your pick – the matches are hailed as gladiatorial contests between the “best players in the world.” They’re not. Of course they’re not. Neither of them. 4 Jan 2019
GA Express 312: Bjørn Again

GA Express 312: Bjørn Again

Thomas Bjørn committed all of his energy and focus to capturing the Ryder Cup at Le Golf National. 6 Nov 2018
Bryson banks fourth victory in past 12 starts

Bryson banks fourth victory in past 12 starts

Bryson DeChambeau has holed an eagle putt from 58 feet on the 16th hole to help him claim a one-shot PGA Tour victory over Patrick Cantlay at the Shriners Hospital for Children Open. 5 Nov 2018