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Inside Golf Australia November 2019

Inside Golf Australia November 2019

From shots and strategies to physical and mental fitness, some of the world’s best players and coaches share 101 of their best tips to improve your game in the November issue of Golf Australia. 17 Oct 2019
Ogilvy: A special Open invitation

Ogilvy: A special Open invitation

It’s been 13 years now since I won the US Open, but the benefits from what is the highlight of my career so far keep on coming. 10 Oct 2019
Inside Golf Australia October 2019

Inside Golf Australia October 2019

Former World No.1 Adam Scott rediscovered some of his best form throughout 2019. The October issue of Golf Australia features an exclusive interview with the Queenslander, who speaks candidly about the Presidents Cup, career Grand Slams and juggling Tour and family commitments. 19 Sep 2019
Ogilvy: Koepka is leading golf’s evolution

Ogilvy: Koepka is leading golf’s evolution

In golf, especially at the professional level, the best techniques have always hit the longest shots. Always. 14 Aug 2019
U.S OPEN: “Tough but fair” Pebble takes centre stage

U.S OPEN: “Tough but fair” Pebble takes centre stage

Oakmont remains comfortably ahead on nine, but the US Open’s sixth visit to Pebble Beach this week will take the spectacular Californian course into a tie for second alongside Oakland Hills. 13 Jun 2019
Ogilvy: Get as mad as hell if it helps

Ogilvy: Get as mad as hell if it helps

We’ve all got one, albeit to varying degrees on the golf course. A temper that is. 12 Jun 2019
New Course: The ‘re-gen’ of Peninsula Kingswood

New Course: The ‘re-gen’ of Peninsula Kingswood

The biggest course redevelopment in Australian golfing history is set to propel Peninsula Kingswood Country Golf Club’s North and South Courses onto the world stage. 4 Jun 2019
GA Express 334: US Women's Open Preview

GA Express 334: US Women's Open Preview

The 74th US Women’s Open Championship travels to the Country Club of Charleston for the first time this week, where Minjee Lee is looking to end Australia’s 13-year major victory drought and take over the crown as World No.1. 28 May 2019
Inside Golf Australia June 2019

Inside Golf Australia June 2019

The US Open returns to Pebble Beach Golf Links this month … Nineteen years after Tiger Woods produced one of the most dominant performances in sporting history. 23 May 2019
MacKenzie’s Royal Melbourne

MacKenzie’s Royal Melbourne

Their feet were on hallowed ground, Augusta National Golf Club. But with prime vistas and sweeping views, they could easily close their eyes and be taken to Royal Melbourne on the other side of the globe. 1 May 2019
Morri: The Endless Summer

Morri: The Endless Summer

Golf shares similarities with lots of other sports but one of its great appeals is that it simultaneously manages to remain wholly unique. 1 May 2019
Leishman and Smith ready for major glory

Leishman and Smith ready for major glory

After playing well at previous major championships both Cameron Smith and Marc Leishman believe they are ready to win a major. The 2018 World Cup teammates both happy with their games after final preparations for tomorrow’s first round of The Masters. 11 Apr 2019
IBF and Ogilvy excited by Aussie Masters chances

IBF and Ogilvy excited by Aussie Masters chances

The Oak tree in front of the clubhouse of Augusta National is a meeting spot for the who’s who of professional golf. Major champions rub shoulders with green jacket wearing members and it is here that two of our former major winners have declared 2019 could be Australia’s year. 11 Apr 2019
Aussie legends happy with Masters quartet

Aussie legends happy with Masters quartet

With quantity not an option, Australia can take heart from the quality of its bid for a second Masters green jacket. 4 Apr 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
Inside Golf Australia April 2019

Inside Golf Australia April 2019

It’s the most wonderful time of the year … If you’re a golf fan, that is. The Masters is here! 21 Mar 2019
Presidents Cup: Els names Choi, Immelman & Weir as assistants

Presidents Cup: Els names Choi, Immelman & Weir as assistants

Today, Presidents Cup International Team Captain Ernie Els announced Korea’s K.J. Choi, South Africa’s Trevor Immelman and Canada’s Mike Weir as his final three captain’s assistants for the 2019 Presidents Cup, which will return to The Royal Melbourne Golf Club for a third time from December 9-15, 2019. 20 Mar 2019
NZ Open has Ogilvy licking his lips

NZ Open has Ogilvy licking his lips

Geoff Ogilvy may be enjoying a self-described gap year but he insists the competitive fires will be blazing at this week's 100th New Zealand Open near Queenstown. 27 Feb 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
Pieters surges to share of Perth lead

Pieters surges to share of Perth lead

He's still feeling a bit clogged up, but drawcard Thomas Pieters looms as the man to beat as the third round gets underway at the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth. 16 Feb 2019
Perth’s headliner headache

Perth’s headliner headache

World Super 6 Perth favourite Thomas Pieters says he feels "absolutely crap" after being laid low by sickness on the eve of the event, which already lost drawcard Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston on Tuesday after he withdrew due to personal reasons. 13 Feb 2019