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Big names commit to Saudi International’s Asian Tour debut

Big names commit to Saudi International’s Asian Tour debut

The Asian Tour will present the strongest field in its history when the 2022 Saudi International powered by Softbank Investment Advisers takes place at Royal Greens Golf and Country Club, near Jeddah, from February 3-6. 29 Nov 2021
Wolff keeps driver in the bag to lead in Mexico

Wolff keeps driver in the bag to lead in Mexico

Matthew Wolff followed his script of keeping the ball in play to a tee as he reeled off a 10-under 61 to match his career-low score on the PGA Tour. 5 Nov 2021
Streb goes low as Cam makes strong start

Streb goes low as Cam makes strong start

Cameron Smith has hit the ground running in his opening round of the new PGA Tour season, firing a six-under-par at The CJ Cup in Las Vegas. 15 Oct 2021
Inside Golf Australia November 2021

Inside Golf Australia November 2021

Every golfer who wants to play better golf needs to get a copy of this magazine. This issue is all about game improvement. 14 Oct 2021
Rookie Theegala takes lead at Sanderson Farms

Rookie Theegala takes lead at Sanderson Farms

Sahith Theegala carved his tee shots into play and made it look easy from there for an eight-under 64 and a one-shot lead in the Sanderson Farms Championship. 1 Oct 2021
Ryder Cup stars to headline CJ Cup field

Ryder Cup stars to headline CJ Cup field

Tournament officials confirmed today that nine members of the victorious United States Ryder Cup Team will challenge Jason Kokrak for his title at The CJ Cup @ Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada from October 14-17. 1 Oct 2021
Korea’s rising star Lee setting sights on Presidents Cup

Korea’s rising star Lee setting sights on Presidents Cup

K.H. Lee takes his bow in the PGA Tour’s 2021-22 season at this week’s Sanderson Farms Championship with three clear goals in his mind – secure a second Tour victory, break into the world’s top-50 and qualify for the International Team to compete in the 2022 Presidents Cup against the United States. 29 Sep 2021
The Preview: Sanderson Farms Championship

The Preview: Sanderson Farms Championship

Like many of these early season events, the Sanderson Farms has proved a happy hunting ground for first time winners in recent years. 28 Sep 2021
Poulter comes to Harrington’s defence

Poulter comes to Harrington’s defence

Ryder Cup veteran Ian Poulter has sprung to the defence of Europe captain Padraig Harrington in the wake of their record defeat to the United States. 27 Sep 2021
U.S. dominance continues at the Ryder Cup

U.S. dominance continues at the Ryder Cup

The United States are closing in on winning back the Ryder Cup with another day of domination at wind-whipped Whistling Straits, taking a commanding 11-5 lead over holders Europe who need to produce an historic comeback if they are to retain the title. 26 Sep 2021
Spieth's amazing dice with Lake Michigan

Spieth's amazing dice with Lake Michigan

Jordan Spieth almost ran backwards into Lake Michigan after producing an astonishing escape from the thick stuff on the side of a steep bank in the opening session of the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits. 25 Sep 2021
U.S. shock Europe to grab Ryder Cup control

U.S. shock Europe to grab Ryder Cup control

The United States have followed a solid foursomes performance with an equally dominant fourballs session to grab a commanding 6-2 lead over holders Europe in difficult scoring conditions at Whistling Straits. 25 Sep 2021
Opening Ryder Cup matches set

Opening Ryder Cup matches set

World No.1 Jon Rahm and Sergio Garcia were chosen to spearhead Europe's Ryder Cup defence with captain Padraig Harrington sending out the Spanish duo in the opening foursomes to face Americans Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth. 24 Sep 2021
Ryder Cup: Practice Day One

Ryder Cup: Practice Day One

The first official day of practice is in the books at Whistling Straits for Team Europe, while Steve Stricker's Americans once again took to the Pete Dye design in preparation for Friday's start. Here are the best images from Tuesday on the ground. 22 Sep 2021
History lesson for Europe's Ryder Cup team

History lesson for Europe's Ryder Cup team

European captain Padraig Harrington has made it clear on the first night together at the Ryder Cup that his players have a place in history, one by one. 22 Sep 2021
The Preview: Dutch Open

The Preview: Dutch Open

First played in 1912, the Dutch Open returns after a one year hiatus with its original moniker back in place and a first time host venue. 14 Sep 2021
Rose on the outer as Harrington makes Cup picks

Rose on the outer as Harrington makes Cup picks

Team Europe skipper Padraig Harrington has turned to two Ryder Cup stalwarts as he named Sergio Garcia and Ian Poulter along with Shane Lowry as his three picks for this month's battle against the United States – but Justin Rose missed out. 13 Sep 2021
Wentworth to determine final European Ryder Cup team

Wentworth to determine final European Ryder Cup team

European captain Padraig Harrington is braced for some "fuss and drama" as his Ryder Cup side is finalised at the European Tour's BMW PGA Championship this week. 8 Sep 2021
Morri: The Gap

Morri: The Gap

The gap between the elite and recreational player has never been wider yet golf retains its unique ability to both elevate the duffer and humiliate the champion in almost equal measure. 9 Aug 2021
Traffic jam scares for Aussies at the Open

Traffic jam scares for Aussies at the Open

Lucas Herbert needed a police escort to rush him to Royal St. George's and Brad Kennedy nearly jumped out of his car to run to the course after traffic jams at The Open provided pre-championship scares for two top Australian players. 16 Jul 2021
Olympic golf is missing some stars

Olympic golf is missing some stars

Four of the top 10 men in the world golf ranking are not going to Japan for the Olympics, only one of them by choice. 23 Jun 2021