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The Preview: Open de Portugal

The Preview: Open de Portugal

The Open de Portugal returns to the European Tour schedule this week, the dual-ranking event with the Challenge Tour taking place at Royal Óbidos for the first time. 15 Sep 2020
Zunic and Rankin share inaugural X-Golf Challenge title

Zunic and Rankin share inaugural X-Golf Challenge title

Jordan Zunic and Brett Rankin have been crowned joint winners of the inaugural X-Golf Challenge, the world-first indoor national golf tournament. 16 Jul 2020
My favourite and worst moment: Braith Anasta

My favourite and worst moment: Braith Anasta

Braith Anasta didn’t make his name in golf. The New South Welshman enjoying a 14-year first grade rugby league career, winning a premiership and regularly playing for his state and country. 29 Apr 2020
My favourite moment: Dimi Papadatos

My favourite moment: Dimi Papadatos

Exactly what stands out in the memory of each individual golfer as the pinnacle of their respective career varies greatly. 20 Apr 2020
My favourite moment: Jake McLeod

My favourite moment: Jake McLeod

All golfers have one. A moment in their golf career, be it major champion or weekend warrior, that sits above all others as favourite. 6 Apr 2020
How Aussie Tour pros are passing time

How Aussie Tour pros are passing time

No industry or walk of life has been unaffected by coronavirus and new lockdown restrictions. Professional golf dramatically so, with all tournaments postponed or cancelled. 1 Apr 2020
Fox gets support from famous names for NZ Open tilt

Fox gets support from famous names for NZ Open tilt

Leading Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox will have Steve Williams on his bag and Shane Warne alongside him as he chases a New Zealand Open title in Queenstown this week. 26 Feb 2020
The Preview: New Zealand Open

The Preview: New Zealand Open

The ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia returns this week to The Hills and Millbrook Resort in Arrowtown for the 101st New Zealand Open, where Zach Murray will look to become the first back-to-back champion since Corey Pavin in 1984/85. 26 Feb 2020
So-called expert golf tips for this week

So-called expert golf tips for this week

There is plenty of action around the golfing world this week, with the world's best at the WGC event in Mexico. Meanwhile, the rest of the PGA Tour is in Puerto Rico, the Aussie Tour tees it up on the Sunshine Coast and the Ladies European Tour is at beautiful Bonville. See who our so-called experts like in every event. Plus, their best bet. 19 Feb 2020
Jones leads as stars shine at Aussie Open

Jones leads as stars shine at Aussie Open

The stage is set for a thrilling weekend shootout after the cream rose to the top on day two of the 104th Australian Open. 6 Dec 2019
Amateur hour at the Aussie Open

Amateur hour at the Aussie Open

Two young amateurs hailing from Asia lead the Australian Open after round one at The Australian Golf Club. Japan’s Takumi Kanaya possessing a strong Australian connection beyond this being his fourth time teeing it up in our national open. 5 Dec 2019
Younger takes NSW Open lead with birdie blitz

Younger takes NSW Open lead with birdie blitz

A blemish-free round of 9-under 63 in round one of the AVJennings NSW Open has handed Josh Younger a one-stroke lead at Twin Creeks Golf and Country Club. 28 Nov 2019
Jake McLeod wins back European Tour card

Jake McLeod wins back European Tour card

Queenslander Jake McLeod has beaten the odds to regain his European Tour card via qualifying school. 21 Nov 2019
Rahm solidly defends Spanish Open title

Rahm solidly defends Spanish Open title

World No.5 Jon Rahm has successfully defended his Open de Espana title with a commanding victory at Club de Campo in Madrid. 7 Oct 2019
Czech mate as Pieters wins again in Prague

Czech mate as Pieters wins again in Prague

Belgium's Thomas Pieters has won Czech Masters for the second time in five years to claim his fourth European Tour title. 19 Aug 2019
Scrivener in Czech contention, Green leads

Scrivener in Czech contention, Green leads

West Australian Jason Scrivener has remained in the mix at the European Tour's Czech Masters tournament after carding a steady opening round of 67 in Prague. 16 Aug 2019
Smith the last Aussie still standing at Royal Portrush

Smith the last Aussie still standing at Royal Portrush

In keeping with the ever-erratic Northern Irish weather, the Australians amidst the 156-strong field at Royal Portrush had mixed fortunes on day two of 148th Open Championship. Which is not to say many of the stories had happy endings. 20 Jul 2019
Royal Portrush bares its teeth as McIlroy cards “inexcusable” 79

Royal Portrush bares its teeth as McIlroy cards “inexcusable” 79

It was quite a day at Royal Portrush in the opening round of the 148th Open Championship. Much that hardly ever happens actually did. And much that was expected to occur eventually didn’t. 19 Jul 2019
Baker-Finch explains tiny Aus tilt at Open

Baker-Finch explains tiny Aus tilt at Open

Open champion Ian Baker-Finch is adamant that Australia's smallest contingent in almost half a century at the UK major is no cause for concern. 18 Jul 2019
Australians at the Open Championship

Australians at the Open Championship

How the Australians rate at the Open Championship … 12 Jul 2019
Scott targets Open redemption

Scott targets Open redemption

Adam Scott has spent the past week studying every inch of Open venue Royal Portrush in an effort to find the gear he has been missing in major contention recently. 12 Jul 2019