Golf Australia
01 February 2015
17 years, nine months and 7 days. That’s the almost inconceivable number for Lydia Ko, who today become the world’s youngest ever No.1 golfer. Read more
29 January 2015
Please post your memories, tributes & condolences to Kel Nagle Read more
29 January 2015
The talent continues to grow ahead of the 2015 Oates Vic Open with Richard Green joining the field for the third consecutive year. Read more
29 January 2015
Golf lost its oldest living major champion when the great Kel Nagle passed away today in Sydney aged 94. Read more
29 January 2015
Kel Nagle, one of Australia's all-time great golfers, has died. Nagle, 94, winner of the centenary British Open Championship in 1960 and a record 61 tournaments at home, passed away in Sydney after battling poor health. Read more
28 January 2015
Golf SA congratulates eight clubs who have been granted funding by the Office for Recreation & Sport for various projects in Round 38: Read more
28 January 2015
If you’ve ever wanted to get up close and personal with some of the world's best golfers, here’s your chance. Read more
16 December 2014
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13 December 2014
12 December 2014
01 February 2015
17 years, nine months and 7 days. That’s the almost inconceivable number for Lydia Ko, who today become the world’s youngest ever No.1 golfer. Read more
14 January 2015
Rising American star Cheyenne Woods will return to the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open next month. Read more
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05 December 2014
When talking modern golf in Australia, conversation invariably drifts to names such as Greg Norman, Karrie Webb, Geoff Ogilvy and Adam Scott – our major champions. Read more
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