Monthly Archives: April 2013
PETER FOWLER will defend his SA PGA Senior Championship title this week at one of the biggest events on the 2013 E-Z-GO PGA Legends Tour.
BRAD FAXON AND JEFF SLUMAN have won the US Champions Tour’s annual two-man better-ball competition while Australia's Ian Baker-Finch won the 36 hole Raphael Division..
AMERICA’S Billy Horschel sunk a 27 foot pressure putt to take the 2013 Zurich Classic of New Orleans and secure his maiden US PGA Tour victory. Matt Jones was the best placed Aussie,
BRETT RUMFORD has continued the roll for Aussie golf, eagling the first playoff hole to win the 2013 Ballantine’s Championship in South Korea.
TEVE ELKINGTON AND ROCCO MEDIATE certainly won’t be the quietest pairing when the US Champions Tour holds its very popular Liberty Mutual Insurance Legends of Golf event this week in Georgia.
ELEVEN Aussies line up for the 2013 Zurich Classic of New Orleans at the TPC Louisiana this week, including John Senden, back on deck after making his first US Masters cut.
AUSTRALIAN golfing great Rodger Davis has fired an exceptional round of four under-par 68 to win the first event of the PGA Legends Tour 2013 South Australian swing.
THE UNSTOPPABLE Bernhard Langer has claimed his 18th US Champions Tour title with a three stroke victory at the 2013 Greater Gwinnett Championship at the TPC Sugarloaf near Atlanta.
GRAEME MCDOWELL has defeated fellow U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson in a playoff to win the 2013 RBC Heritage in South Carolina. Marc Leishman finished T9 while Stuart Appleby's charge fell away.
THE US CHAMPIONS TOUR returns to the Atlanta area for the first time in 13 years with this week to fight it out on the Greg Norman designed TPC Sugarloaf.
JASON DAY AND MARC LEISHMAN have taken their US Masters form back to the regular PGA Tour and were just two shots off the lead after the first round of the 2013 RBC Heritage.
WE’RE not quite over the excitement of Adam Scott winning the Masters but the beast that is the US PGA Tour rolls on relentlessly. Masters heroes Jason Day and Marc Leishman will be back in the saddle in South Carolina.