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Ogilvy to make Vic Open return

Ogilvy to make Vic Open return

There’s not much Geoff Ogilvy hasn’t done in golf. 11 Jan 2019
OGILVY: My Scottish Pilgrimage

OGILVY: My Scottish Pilgrimage

We were in Scotland – 12 of us – to celebrate the 40th birthday of a good friend, Cameron Ferguson. 6 Jan 2019
Ogilvy sounds off on Senden snap decision

Ogilvy sounds off on Senden snap decision

A bizarre series of events and some controversy arrived at Royal Pines during Thursday’s opening round of the Australian PGA Championship, when John Senden’s driver snapped during his downswing on the 9th tee. 29 Nov 2018
Australian PGA to turn yellow for Lyle

Australian PGA to turn yellow for Lyle

In the latest tribute to the much-loved and missed Jarrod Lyle, the Australian PGA Championship will turn yellow for the first round on Thursday at Royal Pines. 28 Nov 2018
Is Ogilvy the man with the answers?

Is Ogilvy the man with the answers?

Geoff Ogilvy is back. 27 Nov 2018
Smith set to defend Australian PGA

Smith set to defend Australian PGA

Cameron Smith is feeling so confident about defending the Joe Kirkwood Cup at the Australian PGA Championship that he decided to skip the practice rounds on Tuesday at Royal Pines. 27 Nov 2018
Els names Ogilvy as Presidents Cup Captain’s Assistant

Els names Ogilvy as Presidents Cup Captain’s Assistant

International Team Captain Ernie Els announced Victorian Geoff Ogilvy as his first captain’s assistant for the 2019 Presidents Cup, which returns to Royal Melbourne Golf Club from December 9-15, 2019. 25 Nov 2018
PGA officials target Aus Open champ

PGA officials target Aus Open champ

Australian PGA Championship officials hope to lure Abraham Ancer to the Gold Coast after the Mexican sensation lit up The Lakes with a stylish Australian Open triumph. 19 Nov 2018
HV3 joins former champs at Aus PGA

HV3 joins former champs at Aus PGA

Harold Varner III will join a substantial list of former winners at the Australian PGA Championship when he makes his fourth trip to the Gold Coast from November 29 – December 2. 19 Nov 2018
Ogilvy: Tarnished – How the Stonehaven Cup lost its lustre

Ogilvy: Tarnished – How the Stonehaven Cup lost its lustre

Growing up in Melbourne, I was always told that the Australian Open was golf’s ‘fifth major’. It had such a great history, so the case was persuasive. Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player had all regularly come down to play and all three had won the event. So I was sold. 12 Nov 2018
Ogilvy to make Gold Coast debut

Ogilvy to make Gold Coast debut

Major champion Geoff Ogilvy will make his first playing appearance on the Gold Coast as he tees it up in the Australian PGA Championship for the first time since 2012. 8 Nov 2018
OGILVY: Tiger’s Cubs – Taking the game to new levels

OGILVY: Tiger’s Cubs – Taking the game to new levels

It’s been a while since a golfer has impressed me as much as Brooks Koepka did in claiming the US PGA Championship title in August. 6 Nov 2018
Ogilvy: Why the cream rose to the top at Carnoustie

Ogilvy: Why the cream rose to the top at Carnoustie

Like many people, I watched the Open Championship at Carnoustie and marvelled at how far the ball was running on the fairways. It was great to see, even if it isn’t something you would want to experience every week. It is just too relentless and, at times, flukey. I lost count of how many times players misjudged how far their shots were going to bounce and roll before eventually stopping. 31 Oct 2018
Inside Golf Australia November 2018

Inside Golf Australia November 2018

Geoff Ogilvy puts pen to paper to explain how the Australian Open is losing its lustre in an exclusive feature for the November issue of Golf Australia magazine. 25 Oct 2018
OGILVY: Where the USGA continues to get it wrong

OGILVY: Where the USGA continues to get it wrong

Sitting at home watching the US Open at Shinnecock Hills, the first emotion I felt was envy. I’ve missed the last two championships after playing a ton of them in a row, but 2018 was different from 2017. Apart from a little bit of bruised ego, I wasn’t jealous at all of those who played at Erin Hills last year. It looked like a pretty good one to miss. 29 Aug 2018
Ogilvy: Why only the greats win at Carnoustie

Ogilvy: Why only the greats win at Carnoustie

I played in my first Open Championship at Carnoustie in 1999. I was pretty excited. I had failed to qualify a couple of times while I was still an amateur, so it was special for me to make my Open debut during my first year as a professional. I had performed really well in the qualifying and was really looking forward to playing a course I had been to and really enjoyed a couple of times before. 20 Jul 2018
Thomson one of the all-time greats, our hero: Spieth & Ogilvy

Thomson one of the all-time greats, our hero: Spieth & Ogilvy

Reigning Open champion Jordan Spieth has paid tribute to "one of the most masterful links players" to ever play the game after the death of Peter Thomson. 21 Jun 2018
OGILVY: Patrick Reed’s past buried the lead

OGILVY: Patrick Reed’s past buried the lead

This bothered me. In the immediate aftermath of Patrick Reed’s recent victory in the Masters, nine-out-of-10 of the follow-up articles seemed to be about his background and his family. 21 Jun 2018
Ogilvy’s U.S Open TV audition

Ogilvy’s U.S Open TV audition

For the second year in succession, former US Open champion Geoff Ogilvy won’t be playing in the championship he won at Winged Foot back in 2006. 12 Jun 2018
World tour great concept but hard: Ogilvy

World tour great concept but hard: Ogilvy

Former US Open champion Geoff Ogilvy says a world tour is a "great concept" but also thinks it will be difficult to lure top players into signing up. 30 May 2018
OGILVY: We need to embrace golf’s balance

OGILVY: We need to embrace golf’s balance

If you’re like me, you are getting a little tired of the distance/equipment/technology debate in golf. 24 May 2018