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Greg Norman Bound for Australian Open 2009

IN A MAJOR coup, Greg Norman has agreed to play in the next three Australian Open championships in Sydney. Australia’s greatest ever golfer will head...

The Power of Posture

GOLF COACHES often talk about the importance of good posture in the golf swing. Here, Accredited Exercise Physiologist Trent Malcolm says that while some postural deterioration is expected with age, there are a number of exercises and stretches that can help rectify poor posture, which will improve your body for golf (and life). Trent’s easy to follow routine will help improve your swing mechanics (and your health and well being) and give you “THE POWER OF POSTURE!”

Golf Goes to Canberra

THE Australian golf industry has taken its case to Canberra in a bid to put itself further before the political spotlight. Industry representatives wanted to...

Lucas Glover wins US Open

NOTHING could be finer for South Carolina’s Lucas Glover than his stunning victory in the 2009 US Open.

US Open Golf on normal free to air television service

Click Here for 2013 US Open Australian TV Schedule FORGET our previous story, regional Australians (and all those without ONE HD access) will once again be...

US Open Golf 2009

EARLY tearaway leader Ricky Barnes had dropped a couple of strokes but Australia’s Michael Sim had faired little better as partial final rounds of the US Open were halted due to poor light. Americans Barnes and Lucas Glover were at seven under after just one final round hole, with a resurgent Phil Mickelson looming behind at minus two. Sim is paired with Tiger Woods (sitting on Even after seven holes) and both he and Adam Scott (9 holes completed) are at four over. Australian television coverage will recommence early Tuesday morning. Live Leaderboard.

The 17th at Bethpage Black

This heavily bunkered green surrounded by big grandstands and lots of New York noise awaits US Open competitors on the par 3, 207 yard 17th at Bethpage Black.

Golf industry “staying ahead of the game”

THE Australian Golf Industry Council (AGIC) is requesting the help of golf clubs nationally for an innovative data research project that aims to help...

NSW Veteran Matchplay Championship 2009

IT CERTAINLY took some doing, but Port Kembla’s Rod Hall has finally taken out the NSW Veteran Matchplay Championship. Hall was beaten by a whisker on the 18th hole in last year’s final and today it took him till the 22nd hole to topple Canberra’s Joe Marumo. There was never more than one stroke difference throughout the match and in a golf format that can be nerve wracking at the best of times, Hall called on some 50 years of golfing experience to retain his composure. PHOTO GALLERY

Australian Masters final day tickets selling out

THE Tiger Woods factor is proving to be a major drawcard for this year's Australian Masters golf with ticket sales for the final day...

Revai wins 2nd NSW Mid Amateur title

SYDNEY golfer Adam Revai has won the 2009 NSW Mid Amateur Championship with a consistent performance over 54 holes at the Killara Golf Club. Revai,...

Australian Masters Tickets Surge

A TIGER WOODS inspired surge is expected when Australian Masters golf tickets go on sale this Thursday June 4. The tickets will be available for purchase...