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Pampling ends 18-year Aussie Champions Tour drought

Pampling ends 18-year Aussie Champions Tour drought

Rod Pampling has become the first Australian winner on the PGA Tour Champions in 18 years by closing out a one-shot victory at the Boeing Classic in Washington. 23 Aug 2021
The Preview: Cazoo Open supported by Gareth Bale

The Preview: Cazoo Open supported by Gareth Bale

The formerly named Wales Open resumes its stop-start history on the European Tour this week, with new title sponsor Cazoo taking naming rights. Supported by Welsh footballer Gareth Bale, the event will once again be held at Ryder Cup venue Celtic Manor. 20 Jul 2021
Andrade & Ames share first-round lead at U.S Senior Open

Andrade & Ames share first-round lead at U.S Senior Open

Billy Andrade and Stephen Ames, a pair of 57-year-olds, each shot five-under-par 65 to share the round one lead on Thursday in the 41st US Senior Open Championship at Omaha Country Club. 9 Jul 2021
The Thing About Golf Podcast #45 – Denis Pugh

The Thing About Golf Podcast #45 – Denis Pugh

From Colin Montgomerie to Francesco Molinari, and countless others in between, there isn’t much Denis Pugh hasn’t seen or done in the world of elite player coaching. 30 Jun 2021
Twelve past champions to compete at U.S. Senior Open

Twelve past champions to compete at U.S. Senior Open

The United States Golf Association (USGA) today announced that it has accepted 2,999 entries for the 41st U.S. Senior Open Championship, scheduled for July 8-11, 2021 at Omaha Country Club. 14 May 2021
10 years on: R&A celebrates the life of Seve

10 years on: R&A celebrates the life of Seve

The R&A will celebrate the life of the great Severiano Ballesteros with a trio of unique tributes to the three-time Champion Golfer on the 10-year anniversary of his passing. 6 May 2021
Baddeley exclusive: “My best golf is still in front of me”

Baddeley exclusive: “My best golf is still in front of me”

Aaron Baddeley turned 40 last month … his Australian Open triumph over Greg Norman and Colin Montgomerie now more than 20 years in the rear view mirror. It was a victory that anointed ‘Badds’ as golf’s next superstar, the man to beat Tiger Woods. His career over the past two decades never lived up to the hype but the now married father-of-six says his best golf is still to come. 20 Apr 2021
Inside Golf Australia May 2021

Inside Golf Australia May 2021

The May issue of Golf Australia previews the upcoming US PGA Championship and examines Rory McIlroy’s chances of hoisting another Wanamaker Trophy. 15 Apr 2021
Horschel wins sloppy WGC-Match Play final

Horschel wins sloppy WGC-Match Play final

Billy Horschel has had just enough left in the tank to win the World Golf Championships Match Play with plenty of help from Scottie Scheffler in a sloppy end to the longest week in golf. 29 Mar 2021
The Huggan Interview: Padraig Harrington

The Huggan Interview: Padraig Harrington

The European Ryder Cup Captain turns 50 in August and has reserved aspirations to play the Champions Tour. Here, he reveals his dream of inspiring Tour pros of his generation by winning a fourth major and what it will take to win the Ryder Cup on US soil later this year. 25 Jan 2021
At 47, Lee Westwood is Europe's best again

At 47, Lee Westwood is Europe's best again

Matt Fitzpatrick held his nerve to claim victory in the DP World Tour Championship for the second time in five years but it was an incredible late twist that saw his fellow Englishman Lee Westwood win the Race to Dubai. 14 Dec 2020
McGowan ends long wait in Italian Open win

McGowan ends long wait in Italian Open win

England's Ross McGowan ended a wait of 11 years and 15 days to claim his second European Tour title with a dramatic victory at the Italian Open. 26 Oct 2020
US Open: Tiger rues missed opportunities

US Open: Tiger rues missed opportunities

Former World No.1 Tiger Woods was left to rue a frustrating finish to his opening round at the US Open as he failed to take advantage of perfect conditions at the notoriously tough Winged Foot course. 18 Sep 2020
Marc Leishman: On A Wing & A Prayer

Marc Leishman: On A Wing & A Prayer

Marc Leishman heads to the 120th US Open Championship at New York’s Winged Foot Golf Club with few expectations but a fierce determination to have a red-hot crack at the title. 17 Sep 2020
Ogilvy backs Aussies to contend at US Open

Ogilvy backs Aussies to contend at US Open

There is an urban legend involving Adam Scott, Geoff Ogilvy and Ernie Els' private plane that has grown since the 2006 US Open at Winged Foot. 16 Sep 2020
Ogilvy exclusive: How 30 mad minutes changed my life

Ogilvy exclusive: How 30 mad minutes changed my life

For me, of course, it was literally a life-changing event, one I still regularly get asked about today, 14 years on from the day I won the US Open. 15 Sep 2020
Davies delight ahead of Royal Troon tee time

Davies delight ahead of Royal Troon tee time

Dame Laura Davies is relishing the opportunity to strike the opening tee shot at Royal Troon and mark her historic 40th appearance at the AIG Women's Open. 20 Aug 2020
WATCH: Five of the best … Greg Norman victories

WATCH: Five of the best … Greg Norman victories

Greg Norman won 91 professional titles between 1976 and 2001. Here, in chronological order, are five of The Shark’s most memorable victories. 25 May 2020
10 of golf’s best: Twitter accounts

10 of golf’s best: Twitter accounts

The coronavirus pandemic has effectively forced golf’s professional circuits into hibernation. But the game’s analysts, players and impressionists continue to utilise other platforms to entertain members of the golfing world – one of which includes Twitter. Here are 10 of the best golf accounts in the Twittersphere. 14 Apr 2020
Daddo: Sweet dreams are made of golf

Daddo: Sweet dreams are made of golf

First tee first shot. Second shot. Third shot. Fourth, fifth and sixth shots. Wedge in, chip back to the putting surface. Two putt – wipe. 9 Oct 2019
OGILVY: Appearance Money … Golf’s Necessary Evil

OGILVY: Appearance Money … Golf’s Necessary Evil

It’s a subject that comes up fairly regularly. Indeed, it never seems to go away. And it always provokes extreme emotions on either side of the debate. 23 Jan 2019