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Ogilvy eyes match play as Lawson leads Gippsland Super 6

Ogilvy eyes match play as Lawson leads Gippsland Super 6

Two-time World Match Play champion Geoff Ogilvy looms as the match play giant killer after advancing to the third round of the Gippsland Super 6 at Yallourn Golf Club. 22 Jan 2021
The Preview: Gippsland Super 6

The Preview: Gippsland Super 6

The PGA Tour of Australasia returns to action for the first time this year, with the second staging of the Gippsland Super 6. Contested over three stroke play rounds followed by six hole medal match play for the top-24, the event returns to Yallourn Golf Club. 19 Jan 2021
Ogilvy: Filthy tempers aren’t necessarily a bad thing

Ogilvy: Filthy tempers aren’t necessarily a bad thing

I love the way Tyrrell Hatton plays golf. He’s fun to watch. He has a lot of talent. But what makes him most enjoyable is his temper. 18 Jan 2021
Seven-week Aussie swing to forge ahead

Seven-week Aussie swing to forge ahead

The ISPA HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia will forge ahead with its seven-event schedule to start the new year, despite the ongoing border uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 15 Jan 2021
Join A Club: Sun City Country Club

Join A Club: Sun City Country Club

Sun City Country Club is one of Western Australia’s premier layouts, being one of only ten to grab a place in Golf Australia’s most recent ranking of the Top-100 Courses in the nation. 7 Jan 2021
Top-100 Spotlight: Cranbourne GC

Top-100 Spotlight: Cranbourne GC

Melbourne’s South East is home to the world famous Sandbelt courses. Travel a bit further and you will find some lesser known, but highly-rated gems, like Cranbourne Golf Club. 18 Dec 2020
Inside Golf Australia January 2021

Inside Golf Australia January 2021

Our biennial ranking of Australia’s Top-100 Public Access Courses means more than ever this year, with international travel restrictions likely to be in place for the foreseeable future. 17 Dec 2020
Ogilvy: Why DJ is one of the best players I’ve ever seen

Ogilvy: Why DJ is one of the best players I’ve ever seen

We’ve had this discussion before, but it’s an ever-changing phenomenon in golf. And, as such, we need to keep an eye on it. For long enough most of us felt that, if everyone in the world played his best, Rory McIlroy would win. Well, not anymore. These days, if everyone plays at the top of their games, my feeling is that Dustin Johnson finishes first. 2 Dec 2020
Inside Golf Australia December 2020

Inside Golf Australia December 2020

Have you ever wondered what makes the world’s best golfers so good? 19 Nov 2020
Australian heartache at the Masters

Australian heartache at the Masters

Jim Ferrier kick-started a curse that troubled Australian sport for 63 years. Here are nine Australian heartache stories from the Masters. 12 Nov 2020
Ogilvy: The importance of course set-up

Ogilvy: The importance of course set-up

Course set-up has long been a topic of hot conversation on professional Tours all over the world. But it is important for every golfer. No matter how well or badly you perform, having fun and finding the game more interesting is a lot easier to achieve when the playing field is set-up properly. 2 Nov 2020
PGA Tour of Australasia re-commences with Gippsland Super 6

PGA Tour of Australasia re-commences with Gippsland Super 6

The Gippsland Super 6 will return to Yallourn Golf Club from January 21-24, 2021 to restart the 2020/2021 ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia wraparound season. 27 Oct 2020
Inside Golf Australia November 2020

Inside Golf Australia November 2020

Golf fans rejoice. The (longer than usual) wait is over and the Masters Tournament is finally upon us. 15 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
US Open: Aussies struggle on day one

US Open: Aussies struggle on day one

Adam Scott still believes despite Australia's nine-strong contingent making a rough start to the US Open in New York. 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
Herbert, Luck ready to step up at US Open

Herbert, Luck ready to step up at US Open

Promising Australian prospects Lucas Herbert and Curtis Luck are blooming on some of golf's biggest Tours but the pair are hoping to step up to the majors stage at the US Open. 17 Sep 2020
Exclusive interview: Scott Hend unplugged

Exclusive interview: Scott Hend unplugged

There are few professional golfers who are as well travelled in their career as Scott Hend. The three-time European Tour winner from Queensland has seen plenty during his more than 20 years in the play-for-pay ranks and, typically, he doesn’t hold back on a wide range of topics. 16 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
Amateur Michel eyes major debut at Winged Foot

Amateur Michel eyes major debut at Winged Foot

Australian amateur Lukas Michel hopes rolling his sleeves up and digging trenches on golf courses in Detroit has toughened him up for a US Open debut at New York's notoriously brutal Winged Foot course. 15 Sep 2020