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Morri: The three most aggravating words in golf

Morri: The three most aggravating words in golf

If, like me, you’re not a fan of the term ‘grow the game’ then prepare to endure a world of pain in the next month or two. 6 Dec 2021
McIlroy backs players making Saudi trip

McIlroy backs players making Saudi trip

Rory McIlroy views golfers as "independent contractors" and says the PGA and DP World Tours should allow players to compete in the Saudi International in February. 2 Dec 2021
Clayton, DeVries & Pont and Kruse Golf to advise Royal Perth

Clayton, DeVries & Pont and Kruse Golf to advise Royal Perth

Clayton, DeVries & Pont (CDP) and Kruse Golf (KG) are delighted to announce that they have been jointly retained by the Royal Perth Golf Club of South Perth, Western Australia to author a long-term plan for its course and advise on prospective renovations thereafter. 1 Dec 2021
Scott and other stars face fine for Saudi swing

Scott and other stars face fine for Saudi swing

Australian Adam Scott and a host of high-profile golf stars could be fined if they play in next year's lucrative Saudi International – which is not a sanctioned PGA Tour or DP World Tour event. 30 Nov 2021
Morri: The Tiger conundrum

Morri: The Tiger conundrum

Tiger Woods’ three second video last week sent the golf world into a mini meltdown but the most intriguing thing about it wasn’t the swing but what it might mean for the future of the professional game. 29 Nov 2021
PGA Tour prize money set to soar

PGA Tour prize money set to soar

Australia's top male golfers are set to get even richer with the PGA Tour raising purses in five of its biggest tournaments in a season schedule that pushes prize money up to US$427 million (A$590m). 23 Nov 2021
Horschel: Earn big bucks rather than handouts

Horschel: Earn big bucks rather than handouts

Billy Horschel believes the world's top golfers should stop looking for "handouts" and be made to play better to earn the vast amounts of money on offer in the game. 17 Nov 2021
The Preview: DP World Tour Championship

The Preview: DP World Tour Championship

This week marks the conclusion of the European Tour season for 2021, as well as the Tour as we know it. 16 Nov 2021
European Tour to become DP World Tour

European Tour to become DP World Tour

The European Tour will be known as the DP World Tour from the start of the 2022 season, its 50th year, with total prize money of more than $200m ($A270m), double that in 2021. 10 Nov 2021
Morri: Golf’s golden egg moment

Morri: Golf’s golden egg moment

Children’s fairytales are often instructive. They use simple stories to teach young ones lessons that can be applied to the more complex situations encountered later in adult life. 8 Nov 2021
Opinion: Sportswashing is a dirty business

Opinion: Sportswashing is a dirty business

Greg Norman’s involvement in a new Asian Tour series backed by the Saudi government, as CEO no less, has received plenty of attention this past week. 4 Nov 2021
Series not an attack on PGA Tour: Norman

Series not an attack on PGA Tour: Norman

Former World No.1 Greg Norman insists the launch of a new 10-tournament series on the Asian Tour is not a "direct attack" on the PGA Tour. 4 Nov 2021
The Preview: Worldwide Technology Championship

The Preview: Worldwide Technology Championship

It’s hard to believe it was just three years ago this tournament was at the centre of one of the game’s great controversies. 3 Nov 2021
Saudis hire Norman to expand Asian tour

Saudis hire Norman to expand Asian tour

The Asian Tour is set for a major overhaul with the introduction of 10 new marquee events and Greg Norman has been made CEO of the Saudi-backed company behind the plan. 30 Oct 2021
Morri: The Gap

Morri: The Gap

The gap between the elite and recreational player has never been wider yet golf retains its unique ability to both elevate the duffer and humiliate the champion in almost equal measure. 9 Aug 2021
Smith shines on tough Open day for Aussies

Smith shines on tough Open day for Aussies

There was no Shark-like attack on the leaderboard but Cameron Smith was a lonely terrier as he fought his way to the only under-par score by an Australian on the opening day of the 149th Open Championship at Royal St. George's. 16 Jul 2021
Aussie big guns out to end Open drought

Aussie big guns out to end Open drought

Blame it on Ash Barty. Or on the recent spate of other Australian sporting success stories. Or on Cameron Smith convincing himself that being born exactly a month after Greg Norman last won The Open could be some sort of omen. 14 Jul 2021
The Open: When the Shark attacked Royal St. George’s

The Open: When the Shark attacked Royal St. George’s

Sometimes what you need the most can be the hardest to attain. 14 Jul 2021
Scott changes clubs to change Open fortune

Scott changes clubs to change Open fortune

Adam Scott is one of the more experienced players in the field at the 149th Open Championship. The insights gained from his 20 previous starts leading to multiple equipment changes at Royal St. George’s this week. 13 Jul 2021
The Open: Langer’s bitter-sweet taste of Sandwich

The Open: Langer’s bitter-sweet taste of Sandwich

Golf is a sport of the unexpected. Take Bernhard Langer and The Open: six times the German legend finished in the top-three yet never lifted the Claret Jug. Three of those near misses were at Royal St. George’s, where the championship returns this week. Here, he talks to Robin Barwick about the Claret Jug he never won 12 Jul 2021
117 years of Aussies at The Open Championship

117 years of Aussies at The Open Championship

Australian golfers have a rich history at The Open Championship. 12 Jul 2021