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Morgan major bound after Order of Merit win

Morgan major bound after Order of Merit win

Jed Morgan will play in his first majors, this year’s U.S. Open and Open Championship, after securing the Norman Von Nida Medal as the Order of Merit champion on the ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia. 5 May 2022
Tiger plays Southern Hills in PGA practice

Tiger plays Southern Hills in PGA practice

Tiger Woods has flown to Oklahoma for a practice round at Southern Hills, the first step in deciding whether he can play in the PGA Championship. 29 Apr 2022
Mickelson signs up for trio of events

Mickelson signs up for trio of events

Phil Mickelson has signed up for the PGA Championship and the U.S. Open, and his manager asked the PGA Tour for permission to play in a Saudi-funded golf tournament outside London without saying whether the six-time major winner will play any of them. 26 Apr 2022
‘Tiger Slam’ irons sell for record price

‘Tiger Slam’ irons sell for record price

The set of irons Tiger Woods used to win four consecutive major tournaments have sold at auction for nearly $5.16 million ($A6.93 million) – a record price for golf memorabilia. 11 Apr 2022
Rahm not concerned with putting, tiring of questions

Rahm not concerned with putting, tiring of questions

World No.1 Jon Rahm found it impossible to hide his frustration after again facing questions about his putting ahead of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. 23 Mar 2022
USGA announces entry, field and format details for first U.S. Adaptive Open

USGA announces entry, field and format details for first U.S. Adaptive Open

The United States Golf Association (USGA) today announced additional details regarding the U.S. Adaptive Open – a new national championship that will showcase the world’s best golfers with disabilities – including information on the entry process, field composition and competition format. 1 Mar 2022
Asian Tour No.1 earns U.S. Open exemption

Asian Tour No.1 earns U.S. Open exemption

In an outstanding development for the Asian Tour, the United States Golf Association (USGA) have announced that the 2020-21 Asian Tour Order of Merit winner has earned a place in the elite field for this year’s U.S. Open. 24 Feb 2022
U.S. Open spot for Aussie Tour leader

U.S. Open spot for Aussie Tour leader

The list of rewards for the winner of this year’s ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia Order of Merit now boasts a ticket to the 2022 U.S. Open in June. 23 Feb 2022
Sorenstam set for first U.S. Open in 14 years

Sorenstam set for first U.S. Open in 14 years

Three-time champion Annika Sorenstam is set to compete in the U.S. Women's Open for the first time since 2008. 18 Feb 2022
Rahm claims Seve Ballesteros Award

Rahm claims Seve Ballesteros Award

World No.1 Jon Rahm has been voted the 2021 player of the year by professionals on the DP World Tour, picking up the Seve Ballesteros Award named after his fellow Spaniard. 17 Feb 2022
Rahm back in his happy place

Rahm back in his happy place

Billy Casper and Mickey Wright were homegrown greats. Phil Mickelson is clearly San Diego's most accomplished and beloved golfer of the modern era, and Tiger Woods has racked up a slew of memorable wins at Torrey Pines in his home state. 26 Jan 2022
Bryson out to lose ‘super-controversial’ tag

Bryson out to lose ‘super-controversial’ tag

Bryson DeChambeau insists he does not want to be a "super-controversial" figure after a difficult season which made him feel like walking away from the game. 14 Jan 2022
Netflix lines up PGA Tour doco series

Netflix lines up PGA Tour doco series

Netflix will soon be offering what is being billed as an unprecedented look at the PGA Tour with a new documentary series. 13 Jan 2022
U.S. Women’s Open adds sponsor and prizemoney

U.S. Women’s Open adds sponsor and prizemoney

The USGA and Promedica have announced a long-term partnership that includes presenting partner rights for the U.S. Women’s Open. 10 Jan 2022
Min Woo eyes U.S. after breakout year

Min Woo eyes U.S. after breakout year

Knowing even his ‘B’ game is good enough, Australian golf sensation Min Woo Lee has set his sights on the lucrative PGA Tour after taking Europe by storm. 26 Nov 2021
Former PGA Tour player Martin has leg amputated

Former PGA Tour player Martin has leg amputated

Casey Martin, the Oregon golf coach who successfully sued the PGA Tour for the right to use a cart because of a rare circulatory disease, has had his right leg amputated. 18 Oct 2021
'I don't want to see a golf club': Rahm

'I don't want to see a golf club': Rahm

World No.1 Jon Rahm says he doesn't want to see a golf club after missing the cut at the Andalucia Masters. 18 Oct 2021
Rahm struggles at Valderrama

Rahm struggles at Valderrama

Jon Rahm's struggles at home in Spain have continued with a seven-over par 78 that matched his second worst round ever as a professional and left him 11 shots off the lead at the Andalucia Masters. 15 Oct 2021
Mickelson upset at new club length limit

Mickelson upset at new club length limit

Phil Mickelson has hit out at the 'amateurs' governing the game and called a new 46-inch restriction on club length 'stupid'. 13 Oct 2021
‘It's coming back home that's important’: Rahm

‘It's coming back home that's important’: Rahm

World No.1 Jon Rahm is hopeful that he can emulate compatriot Seve Ballesteros by becoming only the second three-time winner of the Spanish Open. 7 Oct 2021
Rahm out to equal Seve and partner Nadal

Rahm out to equal Seve and partner Nadal

Spanish World No.1 Jon Rahm has outlined his ambition of one day partnering his fellow countryman, tennis legend Rafael Nadal, on the golf course. 6 Oct 2021