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Ormsby leads Scandinavian Masters

Ormsby leads Scandinavian Masters

Wade Ormsby has holed a 4-iron from 196 yards for an eagle on his way to shooting a bogey-free, eight-under 62 at the Scandinavian Masters, giving him the first-round lead in the European Tour event. 23 Aug 2019
Opinion: Where is our next Greg Norman?

Opinion: Where is our next Greg Norman?

The Australian footprint in the top 100 of the men’s world ranking isn’t as large as it once was, laments Australasian Tour Tournament Director Andrew Langford-Jones. Here, he examines why our numbers have been in decline over the past dozen years. 23 Aug 2019
Inside Golf Australia September 2019

Inside Golf Australia September 2019

World No.1 Brooks Koepka has won four of the past 11 major championships and is set to receive back-to-back Player of the Year honours. 22 Aug 2019
Olesen to face sexual assault trial

Olesen to face sexual assault trial

Danish golfer Thorbjorn Olesen is to face trial after being charged with sexual assault and being drunk on an aircraft. 22 Aug 2019
European Tour ramps up slow play penalties

European Tour ramps up slow play penalties

European Tour players will incur a one-shot penalty from November if they are deemed to have breached slow play regulations twice in a single round. 20 Aug 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
GA Express 345: History Maker

GA Express 345: History Maker

In the same year that Hannah Green broke our LPGA major drought and Minjee Lee has made herself a fixture in the top-10 of the world rankings, Gabi Ruffels has claimed Australia’s first US Women’s Amateur victory. 13 Aug 2019
Olesen suspended amid assault probe

Olesen suspended amid assault probe

The European Tour has suspended Ryder Cup player Thorbjorn Olesen pending the investigation into his arrest on charges of being drunk on an aircraft and assaulting a female passenger while she slept. 7 Aug 2019
Morri: Where to from here?

Morri: Where to from here?

It would be difficult to imagine a major season bookended by two more memorable results. Tiger at Augusta and Lowry at Portrush will forever be remembered as special moments in the game, even among the historic Grand Slam events. 25 Jul 2019
Morri: Wunderkinds Beware

Morri: Wunderkinds Beware

Golf, perhaps more than any other sport, likes to anoint its stars of the future early but it’s a dangerous practise which backfires more often than not. In truth, the list of ‘Can’t Miss Kids’ who have missed is a long one. 17 Jul 2019
GA Express 341: Open Championship Preview

GA Express 341: Open Championship Preview

The Open has returned to Northern Ireland for the first time in 68 years. Will local favourite Rory McIlroy be able to handle the pressure and lift the Claret Jug on home soil? 16 Jul 2019
Slow Pokes: The solutions to slow play

Slow Pokes: The solutions to slow play

Pace of play is the one blight on the game that trickles down from the professional Tours to grass roots club golf. At the elite level, slow play is frustrating for all from players to fans. Here, the man at the coalface of administering pro golf in Australia offers some solutions. 16 Jul 2019
Dimi hires Day's ex-caddie for The Open

Dimi hires Day's ex-caddie for The Open

Dimi Papadatos has hired Jason Day's former caddie Luke Reardon for his major debut at the upcoming Open Championship in Northern Ireland. 10 Jul 2019
Morri: Come and see the real thing

Morri: Come and see the real thing

There was some remarkable golf played on the world’s Tours at the weekend. Jon Rahm’s charging finish to claim a second Irish Open title, the stunning play of rookie Matthew Wolff to win in Minnesota and the birdie fest that was the LPGA event in Wisconsin weren’t short on entertainment. 10 Jul 2019
GA Express 340: Ernie's Core Strength

GA Express 340: Ernie's Core Strength

International Team Captain Ernie Els will be hoping his core players can lead the way and help him convince rookies such as Cameron Smith and Haotong Li that their team has what it takes to lift the Presidents Cup for the first time since 1998. 9 Jul 2019
Rahm roars to seal second Irish Open title

Rahm roars to seal second Irish Open title

Spain's Jon Rahm clinched his second Irish Open title with an impressive final round of 62 to seal a two-shot victory on Sunday. 8 Jul 2019
Local Harrington seizes lead at Irish Open

Local Harrington seizes lead at Irish Open

Padraig Harrington has shot a superb seven-under 63 for his lowest opening round on the European Tour in 18 years to take a one-shot lead on the first day of the Irish Open. 5 Jul 2019
Min Woo Lee bound for Europe in 2020

Min Woo Lee bound for Europe in 2020

Young West Australian golfer Min Woo Lee has all but secured a European Tour card in his first pro season – but it hasn't been all rainbows and sunshine to get there. 4 Jul 2019
GA Express 339: Australian Ninja Golfer

GA Express 339: Australian Ninja Golfer

What happens when you place an up-and-coming scratch marker on an obstacle course in front of the entire nation? 2 Jul 2019
Bezuidenhout wins at Valderrama to join Open

Bezuidenhout wins at Valderrama to join Open

South African Christiaan Bezuidenhout has clinched his first European Tour title in style with a six-shot victory at the Andalucia Masters in Spain. 1 Jul 2019