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Exclusive: The reason Hannah Green plays golf

Exclusive: The reason Hannah Green plays golf

The role of Karrie Webb in mentoring Hannah Green to major championship glory has been well documented but the influence of another woman has been equal – or perhaps even more important – in the development of Australia’s third women’s Grand Slam tournament winner. 10 Oct 2019
Morri: Time to put the scorecard away

Morri: Time to put the scorecard away

Here’s a topic to add to the list of ‘do not discuss at dinner parties’: Golf is about more than score. 9 Oct 2019
GA Express 353: Welcome to Mining Country

GA Express 353: Welcome to Mining Country

The TX Civil & Logistics WA PGA Championship takes place this week in Kalgoorlie for the eighth time, with arguably the strongest field in recent years. 8 Oct 2019
Morri: Golf’s perception problem

Morri: Golf’s perception problem

No doubt it takes great skill to achieve but can somebody please explain the fascination with tournament courses cutting their fairways in a chequerboard pattern? 2 Oct 2019
GA Express 352: Major Move

GA Express 352: Major Move

Two-hundred-and-forty-four days. That will be the length of time between Shane Lowry holing out on the 18th at Royal Portrush to win The Open and Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player striking their tee shots off the first at Augusta National to get the year’s first men’s major underway. Seems like an eternity doesn’t it? 1 Oct 2019
Morri: Hope

Morri: Hope

According to the old joke, it’s called golf because all the other four-letter words were taken and – like most jokes – there is some truth in that. 26 Sep 2019
GA Express 351: Asia-Pacific Amateur Preview

GA Express 351: Asia-Pacific Amateur Preview

The Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship has arrived at Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai, where the region’s best amateurs are set to compete for an invitation to the Masters and Open Championship. 24 Sep 2019
Morri: The long and the short of it

Morri: The long and the short of it

The enduring image of the 2019 Solheim Cup will be that of Suzann Pettersen, arms raised, screaming to the heavens after holing the most dramatic putt of her life to both clinch the trophy and simultaneously end her professional career. 19 Sep 2019
GA Express 350: Rolex Series continues to tick

GA Express 350: Rolex Series continues to tick

The announcement of a lucrative series of events named for long-term sponsor Rolex in late 2016 was intended to herald a new era for the European Tour. Four years into the concept and the results have been mixed. 17 Sep 2019
The Thing About Golf Podcast #5 - PGA Life Member, Tom Moore

The Thing About Golf Podcast #5 - PGA Life Member, Tom Moore

Tom Moore is one of only 12 current life members of the PGA of Australia, and he has witnessed just about every imaginable significant change the game has seen. 12 Sep 2019
Morri: Trial by social media

Morri: Trial by social media

Matt Kuchar. 11 Sep 2019
GA Express 349: Solheim Cup Preview

GA Express 349: Solheim Cup Preview

Juli Inkster’s United States team is aiming to take home a third consecutive Solheim Cup this week. But the European team led by Catriona Matthew on her home turf will be determined to change the tide in the biggest team event in women’s golf. 10 Sep 2019
Morri: Cash isn’t always king

Morri: Cash isn’t always king

The problem with the FedExCup isn’t that Rory McIlroy won $15 million. It’s that he won another $15 million. 4 Sep 2019
GA Express 348: Graduating Class

GA Express 348: Graduating Class

The Korn Ferry Tour Championship concluded on Tuesday morning and 50 players have now officially secured promotion to the PGA Tour. 3 Sep 2019
GA Express 347: Aussie Report Card

GA Express 347: Aussie Report Card

Twelve Australians collected FedExCup points on the PGA Tour throughout season 2018/19. 27 Aug 2019
GA Express 346: FedExCup Finale

GA Express 346: FedExCup Finale

Making the 30-man Tour Championship has long been included on PGA Tour players’ goals' lists each year. But with format changes to decide who will walk away with the eye-watering first prize of US$15 million dollars, will the event maintain its pedigree? And will starting players on different scores prove masterstroke or mistake? 20 Aug 2019
Morri: Dear Gabi … I was wrong

Morri: Dear Gabi … I was wrong

The enduring memory of Gabi Ruffels’ historic US Women’s Amateur win will, for many, be the gutsy 7-iron approach and seemingly nerveless birdie putt at the 36th hole to seal victory. 14 Aug 2019
The Thing About Golf Podcast #4 - Author, Paul Daley

The Thing About Golf Podcast #4 - Author, Paul Daley

Any golfer with an interest in golf course architecture is no doubt familiar with the name Paul Daley. For the past two decades, Paul has been publishing books about the sub-culture that is golf course design. 14 Aug 2019
GA Express 345: History Maker

GA Express 345: History Maker

In the same year that Hannah Green broke our LPGA major drought and Minjee Lee has made herself a fixture in the top-10 of the world rankings, Gabi Ruffels has claimed Australia’s first US Women’s Amateur victory. 13 Aug 2019
Morri: 2019 was full of major excitement

Morri: 2019 was full of major excitement

To all those who think golf is boring, consider this a big fat raspberry in your general direction. 8 Aug 2019
GA Express 344: Playoff Picture

GA Express 344: Playoff Picture

The new-look, US$60 million FedExCup Playoffs have arrived, as 125 players finalise their preparations at Liberty National for The Northern Trust. 6 Aug 2019