Golf Features

Morri: A major lesson

Morri: A major lesson

It’s often difficult to know what major championship golf teaches us – if anything – about the game. 20 Jun 2019
Review: Peregian Golf Course

Review: Peregian Golf Course

The future of this Sunshine Coast course appeared uncertain in mid-2016. Today, after three years under new management and with an open door to all golfers, it is realising its potential once again. 20 Jun 2019
Top-100 Spotlight: St Michael’s Golf Club

Top-100 Spotlight: St Michael’s Golf Club

For many years, St Michael’s was regarded as a rough diamond on the Sydney golfing landscape. But recent works around the course have polished off some of those abrasive edges. 19 Jun 2019
Course design: The joy of 3s

Course design: The joy of 3s

One-shot holes are golf’s great leveller, where professionals and high handicappers can find success. What are some of the greatest par-3s in the nation? Golf Australia Architecture Editor Mike Clayton casts his eye across the best and what makes them better than others. 18 Jun 2019
Travel: Northern Links

Travel: Northern Links

From some of the world’s best links courses, legendary Irish hospitality, plus a visit to the home of Irish whiskey, the north of Ireland is a top destination for a golf holiday. Our correspondents take the journey … 17 Jun 2019
Review: Cape Wickham Links

Review: Cape Wickham Links

Cape Wickham boasts postcard views at almost every turn, which can distract from appreciating just how good this links layout really is. 14 Jun 2019
Tested: Callaway PM Grind 19 Wedge

Tested: Callaway PM Grind 19 Wedge

If you like clubs that favour function over form, or if you were a devotee of the Eye 2 wedges, you are going to love these … 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
Tested: Odyssey Stroke Lab Putter

Tested: Odyssey Stroke Lab Putter

Plenty of Tour players have been using this high-tech putter from Odyssey. Our equipment guru learnt why ... 12 Jun 2019
Travel: 72 hours on the … Golf Coast

Travel: 72 hours on the … Golf Coast

Never heard of the Golf Coast? It’s a 40-kilometre stretch of West Australian coastline south of Perth that has established a reputation as one of this country’s ideal golf holiday destinations. Here’s what you have been missing. 10 Jun 2019
Review: Maroochy River Golf Club

Review: Maroochy River Golf Club

The newest addition to the Queensland golfing landscape has quickly developed a reputation for quality … a reputation that extends far beyond the sunshine coast. 10 Jun 2019
Morri: Not where but how you get there

Morri: Not where but how you get there

In golf, no matter what level, there is no destination. The real game is the journey. Or more importantly, how the player deals with the good and bad along the way as opposed to where he or she finishes on the leaderboard. 5 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
Morri: When less could mean much more

Morri: When less could mean much more

Most language historians attribute the saying ‘less is more’ to Scottish poet Robert Browning – a fitting fact given the topic of today’s column. 29 May 2019
Morri: A tale of two majors

Morri: A tale of two majors

Like most golf fans, the bulk of my attention this past week was on only one of the two majors being played in the United States. 24 May 2019
Morri: Mind the gap

Morri: Mind the gap

Not for the first time, there was controversy last week when former NFL player Tony Romo – by all accounts a more than capable amateur golfer – was given an invite to play the PGA Tour’s Byron Nelson tournament in Texas. 15 May 2019
Daddo: Postcards from golf’s next frontier (I hope)

Daddo: Postcards from golf’s next frontier (I hope)

I’ve just had a month off the tools. 14 May 2019
Review: Warrnambool Golf Club

Review: Warrnambool Golf Club

Victoria’s Warrnambool Golf Club is proud of its longstanding association with Marc Leishman. But it doesn’t necessarily depend on it. The golf course continues to climb the national rankings due to its improved playing surfaces and subtle design tweaks. 9 May 2019
Morri: Savour the shot, not the score

Morri: Savour the shot, not the score

Australia has one of the best golf cultures in the world and, for the most part, an approach to the game that is the envy of many outside these shores. 8 May 2019
If the shoe fits: A visit to FootJoy’s Head Office

If the shoe fits: A visit to FootJoy’s Head Office

Although the golf world has come along in leaps and bounds in its understanding that golf shoes are more than just a fashion accessory, there remains one key area causing players pain and discomfort as well as negatively harming performance. 2 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