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THE OPEN: “I felt like I was going to shoot 90” – O'Meara

THE OPEN: “I felt like I was going to shoot 90” – O'Meara

It was meant to be a moment to look back on and treasure in retirement, but Mark O’Meara may want to erase from his memory completely the opening round of his last Open Championship. 20 Jul 2017
THE OPEN: For Jason Day, patience is a virtue

THE OPEN: For Jason Day, patience is a virtue

Jason Day is the first to admit his game is still a long way from the standard he began to set in 2015 when he won his first major and ultimately sparked his rise to World No.1. 20 Jul 2017
THE OPEN: Where the Claret Jug will be won and lost

THE OPEN: Where the Claret Jug will be won and lost

Royal Birkdale “is tough but fair”. That’s the general consensus among the players ahead of the first round of 146th Open Championship. 20 Jul 2017
THE OPEN: Rahm heads first-time favourites

THE OPEN: Rahm heads first-time favourites

There used to be a time, not so very long ago, when there was only one favourite to win every major. His name was Tiger Woods and, for punters, he presented little or no value whatsoever. 19 Jul 2017
THE OPEN: Stenson makes a sky-high promise

THE OPEN: Stenson makes a sky-high promise

Henrik Stenson has vowed to take the Claret Jug skydiving if he successfully defends his Open Championship title at Royal Birkdale this week. 19 Jul 2017
THE OPEN: Smith hoping for windy debut

THE OPEN: Smith hoping for windy debut

With the first round of the 146th Open Championship now less than 48 hours away, players are spending nearly as much time checking the weather forecast on their phones as they are honing their putting stroke on the practice green 19 Jul 2017
The 10 Greatest Open Championship Players of All-Time

The 10 Greatest Open Championship Players of All-Time

The 146th Open Championship starting at Royal Birkdale on Thursday will provide an opportunity for one of 156 players to etch their name in history and stand alongside some of the greats of the game. 18 Jul 2017
GA Express #250: The Open Preview Special

GA Express #250: The Open Preview Special

History tells us the chances of an Australian claiming another Claret Jug remain pretty high this week. The 146th Open Championship returns to Royal Birkdale, a scene that has treated Australians well in the past. 18 Jul 2017
OGILVY: Why Royal Birkdale is so good

OGILVY: Why Royal Birkdale is so good

Ask just about any player to identify the best English course on the Open Championship rota and most are likely to answer, “Royal Birkdale.” 18 Jul 2017
THE OPEN: Aussies hoping for luck of the draw

THE OPEN: Aussies hoping for luck of the draw

Eleven Australians are teeing up in the 146th Open Championship at Royal Birkdale and all of them will be hoping the Golfing Gods smile on them with good weather on the first afternoon of the event. 18 Jul 2017
THE OPEN: Happy Leishman “ready to win”

THE OPEN: Happy Leishman “ready to win”

He’s just become a Dad for the third time and his wife is in her best health since almost dying two years ago. The only thing that could make Marc Leishman any happier would be to win The Open Championship this week. 18 Jul 2017
EURO TOUR: Dodt qualifies for Royal Birkdale

EURO TOUR: Dodt qualifies for Royal Birkdale

Andrew Dodt has punched his ticket to the 146th Open Championship and will make his major championship debut after finishing in a tie for fourth at the Scottish Open at Dundonald Links. 17 Jul 2017
PGA TOUR: Emotional DeChambeau secures maiden victory and final Open spot

PGA TOUR: Emotional DeChambeau secures maiden victory and final Open spot

Bryson DeChambeau holed a 14-foot birdie putt at the 18th hole at TPC Deere Run to claim his first PGA Tour victory at the John Deere Classic and earn the final place in the 146th Open Championship on Sunday. 17 Jul 2017
U.S Women’s Open: Sung Hyun’s maiden victory a walk in the Park

U.S Women’s Open: Sung Hyun’s maiden victory a walk in the Park

Sung Hyun Park has recorded her first win on the LPGA Tour and become the seventh South Korean in 10 years to win the US Women’s Open, defeating 17-year-old amateur Hye-Jin Choi by two strokes at Trump National Bedminster. 17 Jul 2017
GA Express #249: Golf's weirdest & most wonderful prizes

GA Express #249: Golf's weirdest & most wonderful prizes

With the John Deere Classic awarding the winner a piece of farm machinery, we take a look at some of the weirdest prizes in golf, from clothing to cars and even cattle. Yes, cattle. 12 Jul 2017
Titleist launch 818 hybrid prototypes on Tour

Titleist launch 818 hybrid prototypes on Tour

After introducing the world’s best players to the latest range of Titleist irons two weeks ago, Titleist will unveil 818 hybrids at this week’s John Deere Classic on the PGA Tour and Scottish Open in Europe. 12 Jul 2017
Spieth set to defend Australian Open

Spieth set to defend Australian Open

Dual champion Jordan Spieth is coming back to defend his Emirates Australian Open title. 12 Jul 2017
PING introduce the G400 Series

PING introduce the G400 Series

Ping has announced the much-anticipated introduction of its G400 range of equipment, which is due to be in-store with Australian authorised stockists on July 28. 11 Jul 2017
LPGA: Humble Kirk back in the winner’s circle

LPGA: Humble Kirk back in the winner’s circle

After seven years and 152 tournament starts, Queensland’s Katherine Kirk has claimed her third LPGA Tour career victory. 10 Jul 2017
PGA TOUR: Rookie Schauffele stands tall at Greenbrier

PGA TOUR: Rookie Schauffele stands tall at Greenbrier

Rookie pro Xander Schauffele carded a three under 67 to snatch the Greenbrier Classic by one stroke in just his 23rd start on the PGA Tour. 10 Jul 2017
EURO TOUR: Rahm storms to Irish win despite rules scare

EURO TOUR: Rahm storms to Irish win despite rules scare

Jon Rahm has fired a seven under 65 to win the Irish Open by six shots despite being queried mid-round about a possible rules infraction. 10 Jul 2017