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04 August 2018
Australian Minjee Lee kicked sand in her own face, but remains perfectly poised at the halfway point of the Women's British Open. Read more
03 August 2018
One of the best captains I ever worked with had a standard question whenever an issue or concern was brought to his attention: “What’s the policy?” Read more
03 August 2018
Minjee Lee's sparkling opening 65 at Royal Lytham & St Annes was next level, even for the imperious young West Australian. Read more
03 August 2018
Two Aussies have advanced to the match play phase of the brilliant but gruelling Western Amateur in Illinois. Read more
03 August 2018
The meteoric rise of young West Aussie Kirsten Rudgeley continues at pace. Read more
02 August 2018
As we come to terms with Jarrod Lyle's final days, Mark Hayes explains it's the lovable larrikin's golden and magnetic soul that will be impossible ... Read more
01 August 2018
#54: Jarrod Lyle & Sendo Read more
01 August 2018
Matthew Guyatt sheds light on how to get more people playing the game. Read more
01 August 2018
Australian golf’s greatest battler, Jarrod Lyle, can fight no longer. Read more
30 July 2018
It’s one thing to win a tournament, it’s another all together to do it the way Blake Collyer did today. Read more
30 July 2018
Australian golf is mourning the loss of one of its greatest characters, Ian Stanley. Read more
30 July 2018
Repair of almost any damage allowed on the putting green, including spike marks and animal damage. Read more
30 July 2018
It was fitting that Ariya Jutanugarn and Minjee Lee fought out the Ladies Scottish Open until the final putt. Read more
28 July 2018
It’s already been a big week for Deaf Golf Australia, but it got much bigger again today. Read more
28 July 2018
Australia has sent many strong teams to the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship, but never statistically a better one than this year’s contingent. Read more
28 July 2018
A dominant American force put paid to Australia’s chances of glory at the Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship in Vancouver today. Read more
28 July 2018
Some nice moments, but not for long enough was the upshot for the Australian contingent at the Pacific Coast Amateur in San Francisco today. Read more
26 July 2018
Kim Burke of Shelly Beach, NSW, has outlasted a strong field for the state title Read more
26 July 2018
Melbourne’s Gabi Ruffels turned in another sound performance today to climb into contention in the Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship in Vancouver. Read more
26 July 2018
Perth’s Min Woo Lee made a bold run through the Pacific Coast Amateur field today, but still lost ground to leader Austin Eckroat. Read more
26 July 2018
In the new Rules of Golf from January 1, there will be no penalty for accidentally moving your ball during search. Read more
25 July 2018
Australia has won the right to host the 2022 World Deaf Golf Championship. Read more
25 July 2018
Charlie Dann and a tribe of West Australians flew the Australian flag proudly today as the Pacific Coast Amateur began in San Francisco. Read more
24 July 2018
#53 Oh, what an Open Read more
24 July 2018
It's two years today until the 2020 Olympic Games begin in Japan. Read more
24 July 2018
The Open has found a winner whose game, MIKE CLAYTON contends, is well worthy of the champion's tag - as was the course on which he won, Read more
23 July 2018
Francesco Molinari stared into the eye of the Tiger and walked away unscathed to earn his place in Open Championship history. Read more
23 July 2018
Two Australian golfers will fly to Northern Ireland to compete in the R&A's nine-hole championship final at Royal Portrush next year. Read more
23 July 2018
A band of Aussies should be both justifiably proud of their efforts, yet at the same time leaving Carnoustie wondering what might have been. Read more
22 July 2018
Thanks to Golf Month 2018, two Aussies will have the chance to be at Royal Portrush next year to experience the magic. Read more
22 July 2018
Entries are open for the Australian Women’s Senior Amateur to be played at Sandy Creek Golf Club in the Barossa Valley from 22-26 October. Read more
22 July 2018
Windred tied 2nd and Shae Wools-Cobb sixth as four Aussies finish in the top 15 at the Porter Cup in Lewiston, New York Read more
22 July 2018
Australia’s hopes at The Open were effectively reduced to two after a Tiger Woods-inspired third round of high-octane scoring at a near-defenceless ... Read more
22 July 2018
Your Saturday national club golf results service. Read more
21 July 2018
Australia’s two young lions Lucas Herbert and Cameron Davis both made the cut and comparative veteran Adam Scott made a run. Read more
21 July 2018
#USGirlsJnr: She played great golf, but Sydney's Doey Choi couldn't match top seed Lucy Li in the quarter finals Read more
20 July 2018
The Open is undeniably fantastic for golf fans. But Mark Hayes contends that it could - and should - be even better to watch. Read more
20 July 2018
The Australians made a steady but unspectacular start at a benign Carnoustie today in the Open Championship, with American Kevin Kisner setting the ... Read more
20 July 2018
Some days, as Karl Vilips learnt today, just aren’t meant to be yours. Read more
19 July 2018
Lucas Herbert went to the Open Championship to make his debut and do some learning. So who better to learn from than Tiger Woods, 14-time major ... Read more
19 July 2018
Australian Karl Vilips survived a huge scare today, but advanced to the Round of 32 at the US Boys’ Junior Amateur in New Jersey. Read more
19 July 2018
Young gun Nathan Barbieri has capped off an impressive month of golf in the United States by qualifying for next month’s US Amateur at Pebble Beach ... Read more
18 July 2018
Carnoustie – aka ‘Carnasty’ – has not been kind to Australians. Read more
18 July 2018
Burned off and crispy brown is the state of British golf this summer whether it be the best of the inland courses or the coastal links. Read more
18 July 2018
The 147th edition of The Open swings into action at Carnoustie, Scotland, as the world’s best golfers go head-to-head for a chance to lift the ... Read more
18 July 2018
Australians Karl Vilips and Jed Morgan have advanced to the match play phase of the US Boys’ Junior Amateur Championship. Read more
18 July 2018
Through the 2018/19 Australian Federal budget, the Australian Sports Commission has been allocated $29.7 million for a grants program to improve ... Read more
18 July 2018
In the new Rules of Golf from January 1, there is no penalty for accidentally moving your ball or ball-marker on the putting green. Read more
18 July 2018
Raise much needed funds for skin cancer research by participating in the Longest Day of Golf this December. Read more
18 July 2018
#52: The Open and a world junior champion Read more
27 August 2018
In the new Rules of Golf from January 1, after your ball has been lifted and replaced, you would always replace your ball on its original spot, even ... Read more
07 August 2018
Relaxed Rules relating to loose impediments and touching the ground in a bunker. Read more
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