mike whan

MORRI: Not a great wall at all

MORRI: Not a great wall at all

For a guy who rarely gets it wrong in PR terms it’s been a less than stellar couple of weeks for Mike Whan. 14 Sep 2020
Morri: Rules, glorious rules

Morri: Rules, glorious rules

About the only thing golf likes more than a rules controversy is a knee jerk, outraged reaction to a rules controversy. 31 Aug 2020
LPGA expects positive tests, event losses

LPGA expects positive tests, event losses

The LPGA Tour, the elite women's golf circuit, will restart its COVID-19-interrupted season this month expecting positive tests and as many as three more events to be cancelled. 16 Jul 2020
LPGA Tour set for Ohio restart in late July

LPGA Tour set for Ohio restart in late July

The LPGA Tour will return from its COVID-19 shutdown with two tournaments in Ohio, starting with the new Drive On Championship three-day event from July 31 to August 2, officials said on Tuesday. 17 Jun 2020
LPGA Tour cancels 2020 qualifying schools

LPGA Tour cancels 2020 qualifying schools

The LPGA has cancelled Tour qualifying "Q-schools" this year because of the coronavirus pandemic with most players retaining their status for the 2021 season. 21 May 2020
Green’s major defence moved to October

Green’s major defence moved to October

Hannah Green will get to keep her PGA Championship trophy at least until October after the year's first scheduled major was postponed Wednesday because of the coronavirus pandemic. 30 Apr 2020
LPGA money up but PGA six times richer

LPGA money up but PGA six times richer

Every week brings a sobering reminder of how much more money the men play for on the PGA Tour than the women do on the LPGA Tour. 23 Oct 2019
Morri: More to majors than money

Morri: More to majors than money

Is it or isn’t it? Since 2013 the LPGA says ‘yes’ but for many in the golf world the answer remains ‘no’ when it comes to the Evian Championship and its major status. 31 Jul 2019
Record US Women's Open purse not half men's

Record US Women's Open purse not half men's

World No.2 Minjee Lee and six other Australians will be playing for a US$1 million winner's cheque at this week's US Women's Open – a first, even if prize money continues to lag well behind the riches on offer in the men's game. 29 May 2019