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Three-way tie at the Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open

Three-way tie at the Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open

France’s Antoine Rozner together with Belgium’s Thomas Detry and Scotland’s Calum Hill will head into the final round of the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open with a one-shot advantage after sharing the third round lead on Saturday. 8 Dec 2019
Golf Australia magazine claims major awards

Golf Australia magazine claims major awards

Golf Australia magazine was one of the big winners at the Australian Golf Media Awards presented in Sydney last night. 8 Dec 2019
Jones nurses dicky back and 54-hole Open lead

Jones nurses dicky back and 54-hole Open lead

Matt Jones shuffled awkwardly and painfully in his seat as he spoke to the media after a third round 68 to take the Australian Open lead by three. Then quickly denied his back could be one of the only obstacles to claiming a second Stonehaven Cup at his home club. 7 Dec 2019
Leishman six back but still in Aussie Open hunt

Leishman six back but still in Aussie Open hunt

Marc Leishman knows how to chase down a tournament leader. 7 Dec 2019
Bad Reed

Bad Reed

Patrick Reed has been slapped with a two-stroke penalty for improving his lie during the third round of the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. 7 Dec 2019
Jones leads as stars shine at Aussie Open

Jones leads as stars shine at Aussie Open

The stage is set for a thrilling weekend shootout after the cream rose to the top on day two of the 104th Australian Open. 6 Dec 2019
Elvis hasn't left the building, or Open, yet

Elvis hasn't left the building, or Open, yet

He's the son of a gun who won't mind Elvis impersonators flocking to The Australian Golf club on Sunday as he looks to win the Australian Open. 6 Dec 2019
Postponed Hong Kong Open to take place in January 2020

Postponed Hong Kong Open to take place in January 2020

Organisers of the Hong Kong Open have confirmed that the 61st edition of the tournament will take place at Hong Kong Golf Club from January 9-12, 2020. 6 Dec 2019
More than numbers for Kanaya's accountant caddie

More than numbers for Kanaya's accountant caddie

Australian Open contender Takumi Kanaya sits two shots adrift of 36-hole leader Matt Jones after a second round 69 and guiding him on his way is a Sydney accountant and volunteer caddie. 6 Dec 2019
Els not worried by Cup stars’ mixed Open form

Els not worried by Cup stars’ mixed Open form

The mixed form of International players during the first two rounds of the Australian Open won’t influence captain Ernie Els to change his mind on pairings for the matches. 6 Dec 2019
Jazz seeks successful return to Indonesian Masters

Jazz seeks successful return to Indonesian Masters

Newly crowned Asian Tour Order of Merit champion Jazz Janewattananond of Thailand plans to head into the holiday season on an even higher note as he readies himself for the BNI Indonesian Masters – supported by Bank BRI and MedcoEnergi – which starts next week. 6 Dec 2019
Open first-timer Campbell ready for Saturday fourball

Open first-timer Campbell ready for Saturday fourball

As the likes of Adam Scott, Paul Casey and Louis Oosthuizen put the finishing touches on their preparations for this week's Australian Open, championship debutante Andrew Campbell took a different approach. 6 Dec 2019
Reed grabs World Challenge lead as Tiger goes low

Reed grabs World Challenge lead as Tiger goes low

Tiger Woods equalled the lowest score of the second round at the Hero World Challenge on Thursday to issue a timely warning before the Presidents Cup in Melbourne next week. 6 Dec 2019
Presidents Cup: Woods may play four matches

Presidents Cup: Woods may play four matches

Australian fans are going to see plenty of Tiger Woods with the American team captain hinting he may play more than the minimum two matches at next week's Presidents Cup in Melbourne. 6 Dec 2019
Five players share Mauritius Open lead

Five players share Mauritius Open lead

India’s Abhijit Chadha stayed three shots off the pace on a crowded leaderboard where the first round lead of the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open was shared by five players on Thursday. 6 Dec 2019
Scott’s Open rhythm & blues

Scott’s Open rhythm & blues

Adam Scott walked onto the 1st tee at The Australian Golf Club shortly before 11.50am. The rapturous applause from the fans ringing the tee was greeted with a smile and a wave from the 2013 Masters Champion. 5 Dec 2019
Amateur hour at the Aussie Open

Amateur hour at the Aussie Open

Two young amateurs hailing from Asia lead the Australian Open after round one at The Australian Golf Club. Japan’s Takumi Kanaya possessing a strong Australian connection beyond this being his fourth time teeing it up in our national open. 5 Dec 2019
The pursuit of agronomic perfection

The pursuit of agronomic perfection

The first time I went to Augusta National I was in awe of its colours. They were seductive. The palette of pink, white and fuchsia azaleas and sweeping green fairways punctuated by clean white bunkers is striking to the eye. 5 Dec 2019
Woods stumbles late at Hero World Challenge

Woods stumbles late at Hero World Challenge

Patrick Reed and Gary Woodland have set the first-round pace at the windswept World Challenge in The Bahamas, while tournament host Tiger Woods is six shots back. 5 Dec 2019
Stu Francis nominated as 66th USGA president

Stu Francis nominated as 66th USGA president

J. Stuart Francis, of Hillsborough, California, has been nominated to serve as the 66th president of the United States Golf Association (USGA). 5 Dec 2019
Mauritius Open: Sharma seeks to close season on high note

Mauritius Open: Sharma seeks to close season on high note

India’s Shubhankar Sharma is hoping to end his season on a high note as he tees off in his last event of the year at the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open which starts later today. 5 Dec 2019