Archive | November, 2008

Pampling wins Australian Masters

Pampling wins Australian Masters

Rod Pampling has defeated  Marcus Fraser on the third hole of a sudden-death play-off to win the $1.5 million Sportsbet Masters at Huntingdale Golf Club. The pair finished tied on 12 under par 276 while tournament favourite Robert Allenby finished in third place on 279. Allenby battled with his putter all day and didn’t recover from […]

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If it is possible to focus too much on the modern golf swing then maybe Jeff Mann has done it.
Jeff is a retired doctor who has built an amazing resource at his website, Perfect Golf Swing.
As Jeff happily admits, his analysis of the golf swing is so detailed it is not for everyone.
But for those who are interested, it is fascinating stuff

The golf swing – in every minute, gory detail

If it is possible to focus too much on the modern golf swing then maybe Jeff Mann has done it. Jeff is a retired doctor who has built an amazing resource at his website, Perfect Golf Swing. As Jeff happily admits, his analysis of the golf swing is so detailed it is not for everyone. […]

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The summer of golf was just 10 minutes old when defending Australian Open Champion Craig Parry hit off with John Daly at the Australian Masters n the first of many expected highlights. Live Scoring link.

Parry and Daly hit off

The summer of golf was just 10 minutes old when defending Australian Open Champion Craig Parry hit off with John Daly at the Australian Masters n the first of many expected highlights. Live Scoring link.

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Peter Senior hasn't lost the passion

Peter Senior hasn’t lost the passion

Peter Senior will make golfing history when he fronts up for his 30th Australian Masters event this week but the 49 year old has lost none of his passion for the game. Senior is a two time winner of the Masters and will line up as the only player to have played in all thirty […]

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John Daly kicks off feast of Aussie golf

John Daly kicks off feast of Aussie golf

JOHN DALY could be more than just a sideshow when he arrives on Australian shores this week to spice up the start of the summer golf season. Daly, who artfully manages to combine being a highly gifted two time major winner while keeping up a train wreck of a personal life, shot his best round […]

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Correct setup at address is critical for a balanced, repeatable golf swing. Bobby Eldridge from Pure Point Golf likens it constructing a building, if you haven’t got a stable foundation, nothing else you do is going to matter. In an easy to understand style, with lots of accompanying pictures, Eldridge explains the correcting positioning of feet, knees, hips, shoulders, spine and head.

Correct address – foundation of the golf swing

Correct setup at address is critical for a balanced, repeatable golf swing. Bobby Eldridge from Pure Point Golf likens it constructing a building, if you haven’t got a stable foundation, nothing else you do is going to matter. In an easy to understand style, with lots of accompanying pictures, Eldridge explains the correcting positioning of […]

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Seniors tour renamed PGA Legends Tour

Seniors tour renamed PGA Legends Tour

THE Australian PGA Seniors Tour has been renamed the PGA Legends Tour. PGA Australia says the new name was approved at a recent board meeting and the move will also see the tour introduce a new logo. The PGA Legends Tour, for PGA Members over the age of 50, has approximately 30 events per year. […]

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Australian Men's Mid Amateur Golf Championship

Australian Men’s Mid Amateur Golf Championship

See updated news and results of 2009 Championship The 2009 Australian Men’s Mid Amateur Golf Championship, open to golfers aged 30 to 54 with a handicap less than 7.4, will be played from January 20 – 22 at The National Golf Club on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. The 2008 event was a huge success with […]

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Golf pushing for inclusion as Olympic sport

Golf pushing for inclusion as Olympic sport

GOLF hasn’t been played at the Olympics for over a century but now many of its leading players and governing bodies are pushing for its inclusion in 2016. Much has changed in the sport since 77 golfers from just two countries – the USA and Canada – competed for men’s medals in individual and teams […]

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Townsend wins NSW Open and Von Nida decided

Townsend wins NSW Open and Von Nida decided

Local favorite Aaron Townsend has claimed the NSW Open by seven shots whist Michael Long has been crowned the 2008 Von Nida Tour Money List winner.   Townsend and Long accepted their trophies at the final Von Nida Tour event held at The Vintage Golf Club in the New South Wales Hunter Valley on Sunday. […]

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