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Aussies on Tour: Sunday struggles for Scott and Pampling

Aussies on Tour: Sunday struggles for Scott and Pampling

Adam Scott’s struggles on Wentworth’s opening holes proved to be the Queenslander’s fatal flaw as he fell from contention in the final round of the European Tour’s flagship BMW PGA Championship. 13 Sep 2021
Aussies on Tour: Tour status, a drought-breaking win and more

Aussies on Tour: Tour status, a drought-breaking win and more

A birdie at the 72nd hole has likely secured Lucas Herbert promotion to the PGA Tour, finishing tied for fourth in the first event of the Korn Ferry Tour Finals, the Albertsons Boise Open in Idaho. 23 Aug 2021
Pampling ends 18-year Aussie Champions Tour drought

Pampling ends 18-year Aussie Champions Tour drought

Rod Pampling has become the first Australian winner on the PGA Tour Champions in 18 years by closing out a one-shot victory at the Boeing Classic in Washington. 23 Aug 2021
Aussies on Tour: Min Woo Lee-ds the way

Aussies on Tour: Min Woo Lee-ds the way

An equipment adjustment, a pre-round premonition and some Wimbledon inspiration all conspired to deliver Min Woo Lee a second European Tour title in another outstanding week for Aussie golfers across the globe. 12 Jul 2021
Furyk captures U.S Senior Open, Pampling 4th

Furyk captures U.S Senior Open, Pampling 4th

After making bogey-double bogey on his second and third holes to lose most of the four-stroke lead he began the day with in the 41st US Senior Open, Jim Furyk got back to what has made him one of the best players of his era and the 2003 US Open champion: consistency. 12 Jul 2021
Aussies on Tour: Top-20s galore

Aussies on Tour: Top-20s galore

The Aussie assault never materialised but it was another drama-filled chapter of golf history written at the US Women’s Open at The Olympic Club in San Francisco 7 Jun 2021
Ageless Senior dares to dream at NSW Open

Ageless Senior dares to dream at NSW Open

There aren’t many key Australian golf trophies without the name Peter Senior engraved upon them. 25 Mar 2021
Jimenez goes wire-to-wire on Champions Tour

Jimenez goes wire-to-wire on Champions Tour

Miguel Angel Jimenez completed a wire-to-wire victory on Sunday in the Sanford International, the PGA Tour Champions' first event with fans since returning from a break for the coronavirus pandemic. 14 Sep 2020
Pampling shoots 63 to contend on Champions Tour

Pampling shoots 63 to contend on Champions Tour

Queensland’s Rod Pampling carded a seven under 63 to roar into contention after the second round of the Sanford International on the PGA Champions Tour. 13 Sep 2020
Mickelson wins on PGA Tour Champions debut

Mickelson wins on PGA Tour Champions debut

Phil Mickelson has made a triumphant start to his PGA Tour Champions career as he tied the lowest 54-score ever to secure a wire-to-wire win at the Charles Schwab Series at Ozarks National in Missouri. 27 Aug 2020
Mickelson defies Aussies on Champions Tour

Mickelson defies Aussies on Champions Tour

First it was David McKenzie and now Rod Pampling – the Australians simply can't catch a break at the PGA Tour Champions event at Ozarks National. 26 Aug 2020
McKenzie on fire; Mickelson leads

McKenzie on fire; Mickelson leads

Australian David McKenzie has shot a nine-under 62 to trail Phil Mickelson by a shot as the American golfing superstar made his senior debut in Missouri. 25 Aug 2020
Morri: The futile search for consistency

Morri: The futile search for consistency

Few games expose the fickleness of sport and humanity the way golf does. 10 Aug 2020
Round to forget: The day ‘Carnasty’ put Sergio Garcia on the canvas

Round to forget: The day ‘Carnasty’ put Sergio Garcia on the canvas

The 1999 Open has been written into the championship’s folklore for Jean Van de Velde’s 72nd hole meltdown. But for the 156 players who teed up at Carnoustie, it is the difficulty of the course in the first round they’ll remember above all else. 18 May 2020
Norman credited for Masters resilience

Norman credited for Masters resilience

In what would have been Masters week, reminders of Greg Norman's shattering losses and grace in defeat at August National are making their annual return. 8 Apr 2020
Bowditch begins long road back

Bowditch begins long road back

Seven over par to open a tournament is not the start any professional golfer wants. But for Steven Bowditch, his 79 on Thursday at Royal Pines is a positive step in the right direction as he resumes his competitive playing career after back surgery. 19 Dec 2019
Aussies off pace as Todd claims Bermuda Championship

Aussies off pace as Todd claims Bermuda Championship

World No.525 Brendon Todd ended five years of frustration on Sunday when he shot a career best nine-under 62 to win the inaugural Bermuda Championship PGA Tour event by four strokes. 4 Nov 2019
Scott & Trent make strong starts in Vegas

Scott & Trent make strong starts in Vegas

Queenslander Adam Scott has made a strong start to the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas, firing an opening round five-under 66 on Thursday. 4 Oct 2019
Aussie amateur's dream round with Scott

Aussie amateur's dream round with Scott

Promising Australian amateur golfer Jack Trent is raring to make his PGA Tour debut in Las Vegas after playing a dream practice round with his idol Adam Scott. 2 Oct 2019
Luck & Davis face PGA fight in last event

Luck & Davis face PGA fight in last event

Australian youngsters Curtis Luck and Cameron Davis face a last chance saloon to keep their PGA Tour cards with this week's Wyndham Championship the final event of the regular season. 31 Jul 2019
Lingmerth on top at Barracuda Championship

Lingmerth on top at Barracuda Championship

David Lingmerth had nine birdies to take the lead Thursday in the suspended first round of the Barracuda Championship, the PGA Tour's lone modified Stableford scoring system event. 26 Jul 2019