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Huggan: LIV a little … but not too much

Huggan: LIV a little … but not too much

It isn’t often that golf administrators are seen to choke, but we might just be treated to such a sight (literally) at the conclusion of this 150th Open Championship. 16 Jul 2022
LIV players threaten DP World Tour with action

LIV players threaten DP World Tour with action

Sixteen players have threatened the DP World Tour with legal action unless their sanctions for competing in the first LIV Golf event are rescinded. 1 Jul 2022
Ryder Cup hopes remain for LIV golfers

Ryder Cup hopes remain for LIV golfers

European Ryder Cup stalwarts Sergio Garcia, Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer say they hope their decision to join LIV Golf does not bring an end to any future involvement in the biennial team competition. 30 Jun 2022
Foster revelling in Fitzpatrick (and his) first major win

Foster revelling in Fitzpatrick (and his) first major win

Billy Foster grabbed the flag on the 18th green, pulled it toward his face and gave it a kiss. Finally, that flag belongs to him. 20 Jun 2022
Morri: Comparing Saudi golf involvement is apples to oranges

Morri: Comparing Saudi golf involvement is apples to oranges

More than one person wondered aloud this week why the Ladies European Tour players teeing up in the Saudi-backed Aramco Team Series haven’t been subject to the same scrutiny as their male counterparts who have signed up for the LIV Tour. 20 Jun 2022
PGA Tour still mum on LIV Golf punishments

PGA Tour still mum on LIV Golf punishments

The PGA Tour has reiterated a warning to members who choose to compete on the LIV Golf Invitational Series, saying those who do feature on the Saudi-funded breakaway circuit will be "subject to disciplinary action". 3 Jun 2022
The Thing About Golf Podcast #67 – Lee Westwood

The Thing About Golf Podcast #67 – Lee Westwood

Next year will mark Lee Westwood’s 30th year as a professional and while the game’s Grand Slam titles have eluded him, he has achieved every other measurable milestone in the game. 1 Jun 2022
Shark bites back at PGA Tour

Shark bites back at PGA Tour

Greg Norman has hit out at the PGA Tour's decision not to grant players permission to contest next month's first LIV Golf Invitational Series event, labelling it "anti-fan and anti-golfer". 11 May 2022
PGA Tour denies Saudi release requests

PGA Tour denies Saudi release requests

Australian golfing great Greg Norman has said he has been given an extra $US2billion ($A2.9 billion) in funding from Saudi Arabia to build his rebel series of 54-hole events into a full league by 2024. 11 May 2022
Westwood seeks release to play LIV Golf Invitational

Westwood seeks release to play LIV Golf Invitational

Lee Westwood has broken his silence on the Greg Norman led, Saudi-backed breakaway circuit and confirmed he's requested a release to play the first LIV Golf Invitational Series event next month. 5 May 2022
Inside Golf Australia April 2022

Inside Golf Australia April 2022

Cam Smith is the latest Players Championship winner, and the fifth Aussie to do so graces the cover of the April issue of Golf Australia magazine ahead of the Masters this month. 18 Mar 2022
No Super Golf League approach for Cam

No Super Golf League approach for Cam

Australian No.1 Cam Smith says he hasn't been approached about joining the touted Saudi-backed Super Golf League. 3 Feb 2022
McIlroy eyeing Desert Classic treble

McIlroy eyeing Desert Classic treble

South African Justin Harding has retained his two-shot lead going into the last round of the Slync.io Dubai Desert Classic but Rory McIlroy is looming in his wing mirror. 30 Jan 2022
Poulter comes to Harrington’s defence

Poulter comes to Harrington’s defence

Ryder Cup veteran Ian Poulter has sprung to the defence of Europe captain Padraig Harrington in the wake of their record defeat to the United States. 27 Sep 2021
History lesson for Europe's Ryder Cup team

History lesson for Europe's Ryder Cup team

European captain Padraig Harrington has made it clear on the first night together at the Ryder Cup that his players have a place in history, one by one. 22 Sep 2021
Horschel wins BMW PGA as Scott fades

Horschel wins BMW PGA as Scott fades

Billy Horschel has become only the second American, after the great Arnold Palmer, to win the European Tour's flagship event, the BMW PGA Championship, following a dramatic final round at Wentworth. 13 Sep 2021
Wentworth to determine final European Ryder Cup team

Wentworth to determine final European Ryder Cup team

European captain Padraig Harrington is braced for some "fuss and drama" as his Ryder Cup side is finalised at the European Tour's BMW PGA Championship this week. 8 Sep 2021
The Preview: BMW PGA Championship

The Preview: BMW PGA Championship

THE European Tour’s flagship event – the BMW PGA Championship – returns to its Wentworth Club headquarters, with a host of big names ready to tee up. Here is all you need to know, including the Aussies teeing it up and TV times. 7 Sep 2021
Westwood takes dubious record in stride

Westwood takes dubious record in stride

If Lee Westwood fails to win The Open Championship this week, he will set the record for the most major championships played in without a win. 15 Jul 2021
Royal St.George's is not everyone's cup of tea

Royal St.George's is not everyone's cup of tea

Royal St. George’s will take centre stage for the 149th Open Championship when the first groups take to the course at 3.35pm today (AEST). 15 Jul 2021
Jack Senior upstages star-studded field at Scottish Open

Jack Senior upstages star-studded field at Scottish Open

England's World No.353 Jack Senior has produced a near flawless seven-under-par 64 to take the Scottish Open opening round lead, defying some of golf's biggest names. 9 Jul 2021