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IBF hopes Smith sticks solid with PGA Tour

IBF hopes Smith sticks solid with PGA Tour

Cameron Smith is being urged by his fellow Open Champion Ian Baker-Finch to reject a reported offer of around $90 million to join the LIV Tour. 20 Jul 2022
Cam Smith wins the 150th Open Championship

Cam Smith wins the 150th Open Championship

Cameron Smith is Australia’s newest major champion after a masterful bogey-free final round 64 propelled him to a record-breaking 20 under total and a place in golfing history. 18 Jul 2022
IBF steps aside as Karrie takes Olympics captaincy

IBF steps aside as Karrie takes Olympics captaincy

Ian Baker-Finch was almost the perfect fit as the first Australian captain of our Olympic golf team when the sport returned in Rio and then again in Tokyo. And the next captain, Karrie Webb, could be an even better option. 25 Mar 2022
Inside Golf Australia August 2021

Inside Golf Australia August 2021

International travel may still be off limits, however none of these exceptional golf courses are. 15 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
Globetrotting Minjee’s Olympic preparation

Globetrotting Minjee’s Olympic preparation

At just 25, Minjee Lee is the experienced campaigner of the four-strong Australian Olympic golf team headed to Tokyo next month. But first, Lee will take part in another team event this week as a captain of the Aramco Team Series – London. 8 Jul 2021
Ageless Senior dares to dream at NSW Open

Ageless Senior dares to dream at NSW Open

There aren’t many key Australian golf trophies without the name Peter Senior engraved upon them. 25 Mar 2021
Review: Hamilton Island Golf Club

Review: Hamilton Island Golf Club

An island that was once home to little more than “two goats and a lighthouse”, is today the spectacular setting for one of Australia’s best golf courses. 11 Jan 2021
Baker-Finch's hope for majors in late 2020

Baker-Finch's hope for majors in late 2020

An extraordinary Masters in November, when autumn leaves are falling at Augusta National, could cap a triumphant return for golf as organisers look to squeeze in the four majors at the end of the year. 1 Apr 2020
Favourite images of golf's stars and fans

Favourite images of golf's stars and fans

With the golf world grinding to a halt, golfers - some famous and some not - have been posting their favourite golf photo. 31 Mar 2020
Queensland Open moves to Pelican Waters in 2020

Queensland Open moves to Pelican Waters in 2020

The Isuzu Queensland Open is heading north. 23 Dec 2019
Baker-Finch concerned for injured Day

Baker-Finch concerned for injured Day

Ian Baker-Finch is more concerned by the frequency of Jason Day's back injuries than the 32-year-old's withdrawal from the Australian summer of golf. 2 Dec 2019
Internationals need Presidents Cup win: Ogilvy

Internationals need Presidents Cup win: Ogilvy

Internationals captain's assistant Geoff Ogilvy admits his team needs to break its 21-year Presidents Cup drought to keep the biennial golf tournament relevant. 18 Nov 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
Spieth has to stop tinkering: Chamblee

Spieth has to stop tinkering: Chamblee

Slumping Jordan Spieth might never find his way back from the wilderness unless he stops analysing his swing in such detail and returns instead to his natural ways, says PGA Tour winner turned television analyst Brandel Chamblee. 6 Aug 2019
Baker-Finch explains tiny Aus tilt at Open

Baker-Finch explains tiny Aus tilt at Open

Open champion Ian Baker-Finch is adamant that Australia's smallest contingent in almost half a century at the UK major is no cause for concern. 18 Jul 2019
IBF and Ogilvy excited by Aussie Masters chances

IBF and Ogilvy excited by Aussie Masters chances

The Oak tree in front of the clubhouse of Augusta National is a meeting spot for the who’s who of professional golf. Major champions rub shoulders with green jacket wearing members and it is here that two of our former major winners have declared 2019 could be Australia’s year. 11 Apr 2019
Aussie legends happy with Masters quartet

Aussie legends happy with Masters quartet

With quantity not an option, Australia can take heart from the quality of its bid for a second Masters green jacket. 4 Apr 2019
Aussies assess the iconic 17th at TPC Sawgrass

Aussies assess the iconic 17th at TPC Sawgrass

The pressures of the famed 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass begin long before players make the first walk from tunnel to tee box. 12 Mar 2019
Club of the Month: The Links Kennedy Bay

Club of the Month: The Links Kennedy Bay

A decade on from the most turbulent time in its history, this West Australian links layout is cemented among the best public access layouts in the nation. 8 Jan 2019
The Open: Barren Years

The Open: Barren Years

It has been 25 years since Greg Norman won The Open at Royal St George’s. There have been close calls since but the claret jug continues to dodge Australian hands. Will one of the seven Aussies heading to Carnoustie end the drought? 16 Jul 2018