Monthly Archives: February 2013
THE US PGA TOUR moves out of the west coast snow and cold this week an on to the first of a hopefully warmer and sunnier five week Florida swing.
THE Australian PGA Championship will move to the Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast for the next five years following the split with billionaire Clive Palmer’s Coolum resort after 11 years.
The use of anchored putting strokes by the likes of Australia’s Adam Scott is again up in the air after the US PGA Tour announced it opposes the proposed ban on anchored strokes.
AFTER a far from spectacular 2012, Jason Day has shown some encouraging form to beat renowned fighter Ian Poulter in the consolation final at the 2013 WGC Accenture Match Play. Matt Kuchar won the event over Hunter Mahan.
MATTHEW GILES has claimed the 2013 has claimed the 2013 Victorian Open Championship played at Thirteenth Beach Golf Links. The New South Welshman posted a...
JASON DAY and MARCUS FRASER are through to the second round of the 2013 WGC Accenture Match Play but Roy McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Adam Scott are among those ousted after the snow delayed first round.
QUEENSLANDER Peter King will be trying to make it three in a row when the 2013 Men’s NSW Senior Amateur Championship gets underway at the Howlong Golf Club on Tuesday, February 26.
STEVE JONES and ANDRE STOLZ lead the 2013 Victorian Open Championship after the first round at Thirteenth Beach Golf Links. Capitalising on favourable early conditions,...
AUSSIE golfer Steve Elkington hasn’t had a bad start to his US Champions Tour career but it is nice to discover he won’t be roughing it when it comes to accommodation on the road.
RICHARD GREEN is the top ranked golfer competing in the 2013 Victorian Open at the Thirteenth Beach Golf Links.
THE 2013 WGC Accenture Match Play is underway at the spectacular Dove Mountain course in the Arizona desert with 64 of the world’s best golfers taking part. A snowstorm suspended 1st round play with Adam Scott and Jason Day leading thier matches..
JAYAI SHIN has been to Australia enough times now to be able to say “G’day Mate” to a local crowd without it sounding contrived. That was her opening line after winning the 2013 Australian Women's Open.