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Opinion: Golf and mental health

Opinion: Golf and mental health

The benefits of golf on mental health have been espoused many times. Particularly over the previous 18 months. 18 Jun 2021
New TaylorMade TP5 family redefines path to distance

New TaylorMade TP5 family redefines path to distance

TaylorMade Golf has announced the all-new 2021 TP5 and TP5x golf balls, building on a franchise that has earned the title of Most Complete Tour Ball in Golf. 9 Feb 2021
Brandon Who? Wu poised to be the next household name

Brandon Who? Wu poised to be the next household name

All the talk on golf’s Class of 2019 has so far centred around the talented trio of Collin Morikawa, Viktor Hovland and Matthew Wolff, whose prodigious talents and youthful exuberance have seen them take the PGA Tour by storm. 4 Feb 2021
Scott makes equipment changes for Masters

Scott makes equipment changes for Masters

Adam Scott has made rare equipment changes in anticipation of needing every ounce of length he can muster as he chases a second Masters title at Augusta National this week. 10 Nov 2020
Gen Z: Meet the major winners of the next decade

Gen Z: Meet the major winners of the next decade

The stars of the next decade are fast approaching and soon they will be grabbing the headlines at major championship time ahead of today’s household names. Who are they? 6 Nov 2020
Rory keen to end year-long drought at ZOZO

Rory keen to end year-long drought at ZOZO

Rory McIlroy knows where his priority lies at the ZOZO Championship at Sherwood this week, although he could easily be distracted by an opportunity to rewrite some golf history next month. 22 Oct 2020
Tiger & Sherwood are a perfect match

Tiger & Sherwood are a perfect match

Tiger Woods would normally be a good bet to successfully defend at this week’s ZOZO Championship. He has a knack for dominating at tournaments he likes, and he’ll be highly motivated. Another ZOZO win would be No.83, breaking him out of a tie with Sam Snead for most career PGA Tour wins. 20 Oct 2020
Hatton beats jet lag to lead CJ Cup

Hatton beats jet lag to lead CJ Cup

Tyrrell Hatton felt grumpy from not getting much sleep, and then he felt he was in a dream when he was five-under through the opening five holes of the CJ Cup at Shadow Creek. 16 Oct 2020
Day begins heavy preparation for Masters

Day begins heavy preparation for Masters

Australian former World No.1 Jason Day will begin the heaviest Masters preparation of his career when he tees off at this week's PGA Tour event in Las Vegas. 14 Oct 2020
The Preview: The CJ Cup at Shadow Creek

The Preview: The CJ Cup at Shadow Creek

The PGA Tour remains in Las Vegas this week as the CJ Cup moves from South Korea due to the coronavirus pandemic. Who will come out on top at the no-cut event at Shadow Creek? 13 Oct 2020
Winner’s Bag: Martin Laird – Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

Winner’s Bag: Martin Laird – Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

Scotsman Martin Laird ended a seven year victory drought at the PGA Tour's first of two events in Las Vegas. Take a look at what Laird had in the bag. 12 Oct 2020
Laird rolls dice for PGA Tour win in Las Vegas

Laird rolls dice for PGA Tour win in Las Vegas

Martin Laird lost a chance to win by making bogey on the 18th hole, only to redeem himself in a three-way playoff by making a 20-foot birdie putt on the second extra hole Sunday to win the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. 12 Oct 2020
Winner's Bag: Bryson DeChambeau – US Open

Winner's Bag: Bryson DeChambeau – US Open

Bryson DeChambeau made his major break through on Sunday at famed Winged Foot. Take an in-depth look at the equipment he used to beat his nearest competitor, Matthew Wolff, by six at the US Open. 21 Sep 2020
Morri: Entertainment trumps numbers

Morri: Entertainment trumps numbers

One of the great ironies of golf is that it is a game based almost exclusively on numbers yet almost none of its entertainment value is derived from those same numbers. 21 Sep 2020
‘It is what it is' for US Open runner-up

‘It is what it is' for US Open runner-up

American Matthew Wolff's howl was reduced to a whimper in the final round of the US Open on Sunday, as his charmed run for a maiden major title came up short. 21 Sep 2020
McIlroy stunned by DeChambeau power play

McIlroy stunned by DeChambeau power play

Rory McIlroy admitted he struggles to understand how Bryson DeChambeau's power game had translated into such a commanding victory in the 120th US Open. 21 Sep 2020
DeChambeau wins first major at US Open

DeChambeau wins first major at US Open

A bulked-up Bryson DeChambeau has bashed his way to a six-shot US Open victory, silencing any lingering questions as to whether his brawny game could translate to the major stage. 21 Sep 2020
Wolff stalking a piece of U.S Open history

Wolff stalking a piece of U.S Open history

American Matthew Wolff has an historic victory in his sights after a stunning performance on his US Open debut at Winged Foot Golf Club. 20 Sep 2020
US Open: Thomas leads as Mickelson stumbles

US Open: Thomas leads as Mickelson stumbles

World No.3 Justin Thomas fired his lowest opening score in a major and holds a one-shot lead after the first round of the US Open, while Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods were among a slew of big-name players well off the pace. 18 Sep 2020
Inside Golf Australia October 2020

Inside Golf Australia October 2020

Generation Z is taking over the game of golf ... 17 Sep 2020
Huggan: US Open? More like “US Ajar”

Huggan: US Open? More like “US Ajar”

Just in case you haven’t heard, the major championship we all think of as the US Open won’t be happening this year. Not really. Which, I hasten to add, is understandable in these unprecedented times. 7 Sep 2020