Golf Features

Tested: Rail Line Putters

Tested: Rail Line Putters

Although Rail Line putters are different looking and created in a unique way, they are certainly effective … 16 Aug 2019
Daddo: Born to tinker

Daddo: Born to tinker

Some writers say writer’s block doesn’t exist. They say you just have to work harder, by plonking yourself at your desk where you must write and write and write until the good words come. I say bollocks to that. But for fear of offending anyone, it may also be true. 15 Aug 2019
Morri: Dear Gabi … I was wrong

Morri: Dear Gabi … I was wrong

The enduring memory of Gabi Ruffels’ historic US Women’s Amateur win will, for many, be the gutsy 7-iron approach and seemingly nerveless birdie putt at the 36th hole to seal victory. 14 Aug 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
Morri: 2019 was full of major excitement

Morri: 2019 was full of major excitement

To all those who think golf is boring, consider this a big fat raspberry in your general direction. 8 Aug 2019
Morri: More to majors than money

Morri: More to majors than money

Is it or isn’t it? Since 2013 the LPGA says ‘yes’ but for many in the golf world the answer remains ‘no’ when it comes to the Evian Championship and its major status. 31 Jul 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
Travel: Down by the beach

Travel: Down by the beach

Sydney’s northern beaches are a tourist hot spot for those seeking great food, ocean views and world-class beaches. Visiting golfers are not neglected either. 18 Jul 2019
Course Design: Two-Shot Stars

Course Design: Two-Shot Stars

Two-shot holes – whether they are medium to long par-4s or short par-5s – make up the majority of holes we all play. Golf Australia Architecture Editor Mike Clayton explains what separates the great from the good and reveals a host of Australia’s best. 17 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
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
Speed Demons: The best drivers on the market

Speed Demons: The best drivers on the market

Every golfer is always seeking a few extra yards off the tee. Here, we pick seven of the best 2019 distance drivers. 15 Jul 2019
The Lost Art of Putting: Part II

The Lost Art of Putting: Part II

Are you truly ready to putt when you stand over the ball? The moments before making a putting stroke are as important as the stroke itself. 12 Jul 2019
Exclusive: Juan of a kind

Exclusive: Juan of a kind

The one-legged Spanish scratch marker Juan Postigo impressed everyone from kids to experienced Tour pros during his appearances in Australia late last year. But his story is even more remarkable than his beautiful golf swing. 11 Jul 2019
Ernie’s Internationals’ core strength

Ernie’s Internationals’ core strength

With the core of his Internationals Presidents Cup team seemingly in place, Ernie Els is looking for lightning in a bottle. 11 Jul 2019
Top-100 Spotlight: The Dunes Golf Links

Top-100 Spotlight: The Dunes Golf Links

The past 25 years can rightly be dubbed Australia’s second ‘Golden Age’ of course design – and one of the first courses created in the era remains one of this country’s most fun and challenging layouts for everyone. 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
Tested: Mizuno RB Tour & RB Tour X Golf Balls

Tested: Mizuno RB Tour & RB Tour X Golf Balls

It’s no surprise that Mizuno, a company renowned for the feel of its forged irons, has delivered a golf ball that stands out in this area. 9 Jul 2019
Australian Ninja Golfer

Australian Ninja Golfer

What happens when you place an up-and-coming scratch marker on an obstacle course in front of the entire nation? 8 Jul 2019
Tested: PING G410 Driver & Fairway Wood

Tested: PING G410 Driver & Fairway Wood

The latest woods from Ping seriously impressed our equipment guru, who’s thinking about adding them to his bag. 5 Jul 2019
Morri: Links golf … Now that’s entertainment

Morri: Links golf … Now that’s entertainment

For many golf fans – this writer included – the next few weeks represent the best time of year to be a spectator of the professional game. 4 Jul 2019