20-06-14
It’s not every week you get to live in a house with someone playing a major. But I was lucky enough to spend seven nights staying with Western Australian amateur Oliver Goss and his team at Pinehurst for the 2014 U.S Open. more
19-06-14
Once dubbed one of the world’s sexiest men by People magazine, Adam Scott looked a bit more garish after a procedure in 2011 to remove a Basil Cell Carcinoma, a form of non-melanoma skin cancer, from his face. more
19-06-14
Geoff Drakeford and Cameron Davis are the only two of the Australian contingent to progress out of the Stroke play qualifying at the British Amateur Championship at Royal Portrush and Port Stewart. more
19-06-14
This week the second half of the one of golf’s boldest experiments plays out over refreshingly brown and burned-out Pinehurst No.2. more
18-06-14
Karrie Webb heads a field of eight Australians in the US Women's Open at Pinehurst No. 2 tomorrow, chasing her third Open title. more
18-06-14
Your complete guide to this week including the course, the players, the history, TV Guide and much more from the U.S Women's Open. more
18-06-14
For any intellectually disabled person, the challenges of life are always there - whether it is the ability to learn, adapt, integrate, be accepted, or be independent. more
18-06-14
After a superb amateur career, Western Australian and National Squad member Oliver Goss has turned professional. more
17-06-14
Queenslander Karrie Webb is heading the large contingent of Australians teeing it up from this Thursday night (AEST) in the women’s second major of the year, the Women’s US Open at the famous Pinehurst No.2 course. more
17-06-14
Two-time OneAsia winner Andre Stolz is using the recovery time from a wrist injury to help steer the career of countryman Dimitrios Papadatos as he embarks on a life in professional golf. more
17-06-14
Daniel Brown seized the initiative on the first day of the Amateur Championship with a four-under-par round of 66 on the Dunluce links at Royal Portrush which gave him a one-shot lead over Frenchman Mathieu Fenasse. more
17-06-14
The Open Championship is set to return to Northern Ireland for the first time in over 60 years and only the second time in its more than 150-year history. more
16-06-14
Australia's World Number 1 amateur Minjee Lee has arrived at Pinehurst Resort ahead this week's U.S Women's Open. The men's and women's championships are being held back-to-back for the first time in their history. more
16-06-14
German Martin Kaymer produced one of the great performances the in recent history of major championships with an eight stroke win at the U.S Open at Pinehurst No.2. more
16-06-14
Jason Day keeps hammering on the door of a major victory. Off the pace at Pinehurst today in the US Open, the Australian roared home with his best round of the week, a two-under-par 68, to log yet another top-10 in a major as Germany's Martin Kaymer went wire-to-wire. more
15-06-14
Never before has a continental European won America’s national championship. The ‘mechanic-type’ courses never suited Severiano Ballesteros in his prime but at Augusta he and Jose-Maria Olazabal were given the space to play from the tee and between them the great Spaniards won four green jackets. more
15-06-14
The three remaining Australians in the 2014 US Open field were unable to make significant ground on runaway leader Martin Kaymer on Saturday in Pinehurst. But they were not alone. more
15-06-14
The United States Golf Association (USGA) today announced groupings and starting times for the first two rounds of the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open Championship, Thursday (June 19) and Friday (June 20), at the 6,649-yard, par-70 Pinehurst Resort & Country Club (Course No. 2). more
15-06-14
On another day of tough going at the US Open (Kaymer Martin aside), Adam Scott, Jason Day and Aaron Baddeley made the cut and remain very much in contention for the title. more
13-06-14
World Number 1 Adam Scott’s U.S Open foray began without a dash of luck on Thursday with the Queenslander shooting a 3-over par 73 in the afternoon conditions at Pinehurst No.2. more