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Disabled Golf Cup to run alongside Presidents Cup

Disabled Golf Cup to run alongside Presidents Cup

Presidents Cup officials announced today that 12 of the world’s leading golfers with a disability from six different countries will compete in the ISPS HANDA Disabled Golf Cup, which will be contested Friday December 13 immediately following the Presidents Cup’s second session of play at The Royal Melbourne Golf Club. 11 Oct 2019
Zunic & Felton heat up at WA PGA

Zunic & Felton heat up at WA PGA

Jordan Zunic overcame gusting winds and blistering heat yesterday to join Jarryd Felton at seven-under the card and lead the TX Civil & Logistics WA PGA Championship. 11 Oct 2019
Long wait over for WA PGA defence

Long wait over for WA PGA defence

Momentum can be everything in the game of golf, but sometimes a stint away from the fairways is just as beneficial. 9 Oct 2019
Asian Tour: Qualifying School schedule confirmed

Asian Tour: Qualifying School schedule confirmed

The Asian Tour will return to Thailand for the 2020 Qualifying School where aspiring golf professionals from across the globe go in search of an Asian Tour card over a two-month period starting from January next year. 9 Oct 2019
Dreams come true in Kalgoorlie

Dreams come true in Kalgoorlie

The dreams of three young golfers will come true at this week’s TX Civil & Logistics WA PGA Championship when they tee off in their first tournament as professionals in the Aussie Outback. 8 Oct 2019
GA Express 353: Welcome to Mining Country

GA Express 353: Welcome to Mining Country

The TX Civil & Logistics WA PGA Championship takes place this week in Kalgoorlie for the eighth time, with arguably the strongest field in recent years. 8 Oct 2019
AAAC takes another bold step

AAAC takes another bold step

The ground-breaking Australian All Abilities Championship is back for a second year – and this time with another enormous first. 8 Oct 2019
Na clinches Vegas victory over Cantlay

Na clinches Vegas victory over Cantlay

After shooting the lights out all week, Kevin Na has survived a back-nine blunder to win the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas in a playoff against Patrick Cantlay. 7 Oct 2019
LPGA: Rookie Knight claims rare victory

LPGA: Rookie Knight claims rare victory

Cheyenne Knight has scored a rare American success with a two-stroke win at the Volunteers of America Classic in Texas. 7 Oct 2019
Rahm solidly defends Spanish Open title

Rahm solidly defends Spanish Open title

World No.5 Jon Rahm has successfully defended his Open de Espana title with a commanding victory at Club de Campo in Madrid. 7 Oct 2019
Suradit stays cool to win Taiwan Masters

Suradit stays cool to win Taiwan Masters

Thailand’s Suradit Yongcharoenchai pocketed his career’s biggest prize cheque and win when he held on for a one-shot victory after his closest rivals failed to mount a challenge at the Mercuries Taiwan Masters on Sunday. 7 Oct 2019
Scott & Trent make strong starts in Vegas

Scott & Trent make strong starts in Vegas

Queenslander Adam Scott has made a strong start to the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas, firing an opening round five-under 66 on Thursday. 4 Oct 2019
Green in the mix as Meadow leads VOA Classic

Green in the mix as Meadow leads VOA Classic

West Australian Hannah Green is in contention after the opening round of the LPGA Tour's Volunteers of America Classic after shooting a three-under 68. 4 Oct 2019
Baker-Finch to lead Australian Olympic teams

Baker-Finch to lead Australian Olympic teams

Legendary Ian Baker-Finch will again captain the Australian Olympic golf team. 4 Oct 2019
Aussies eager to bring home inaugural Women's PGA Cup

Aussies eager to bring home inaugural Women's PGA Cup

The chance to represent Australia’s female PGA Professionals on the world stage is something this group of women will never forget. 3 Oct 2019
Aussie amateur's dream round with Scott

Aussie amateur's dream round with Scott

Promising Australian amateur golfer Jack Trent is raring to make his PGA Tour debut in Las Vegas after playing a dream practice round with his idol Adam Scott. 2 Oct 2019
Kay to make pro debut at Women's Indian Open

Kay to make pro debut at Women's Indian Open

Queensland's Becky Kay will begin her professional career when she tees off at the Gary Player-designed DLF Golf and Country Club in New Delhi tomorrow in the opening round of the Hero Women's Indian Open. 2 Oct 2019
Taiwan Masters: Miracles can happen, says Chia

Taiwan Masters: Miracles can happen, says Chia

Malaysia’s Danny Chia is hoping to pull off a miracle as he seeks a hat-trick of victories in Chinese Taipei when he returns for the Mercuries Taiwan Masters which starts on Thursday. 2 Oct 2019
Ryder Cup: Harrington hopes for neutral course setups

Ryder Cup: Harrington hopes for neutral course setups

European Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington said he would prefer neutral course setups for the biennial team event to reduce the home team's advantage. 2 Oct 2019
Korean Tour suspends Kim for obscene gesture

Korean Tour suspends Kim for obscene gesture

Bio Kim has been suspended for three years by the Korean PGA for making an obscene gesture towards the crowd on the final round of the Daegu Gyeongbuk Open. 2 Oct 2019
GA Express 352: Major Move

GA Express 352: Major Move

Two-hundred-and-forty-four days. That will be the length of time between Shane Lowry holing out on the 18th at Royal Portrush to win The Open and Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player striking their tee shots off the first at Augusta National to get the year’s first men’s major underway. Seems like an eternity doesn’t it? 1 Oct 2019