Golf Australia
High Performance

Key Performance Indicators


Golf Australia's High Performance Programs work to assist Australia in producing golfers who are capable of:



- Winning Major Championships

- Olympic Medals

- Top 100 World Ranking Positions



Golf Australia sees these key performance indicators as the most effective means to boost participation in the game and attract funding to the sport of golf in Australia, due to the publicity and profile such success attracts.

22 February 2019
Nuria Iturrios holds a four-shot lead after the second round of the Pacific Bay Resort Australian Ladies Classic following a superbly crafted five ... Read more
22 February 2019
A late bogey cost Australia' Minjee Lee the outright lead at the halfway point of the Honda LPGA Thailand tournament in Pattaya today. Read more
Titleist
22 February 2019
AVONDALE: Men: Stableford White: A: M Rotsey (12) 44. B: H Liu (15) 37. C: C Heazlewood (31) 38. A Scr: R Wallace 39. more
22 February 2019
ALTONA LAKES: Snr Stableford: 9-hole: G Elliott (2) 15 cb. more
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