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Adam Scott back in action and on the road to Augusta

THE big guns are back in action on the US PGA Tour this week with Adam Scott, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson looking to fine tune their games in the run down to Augusta National. Leaderboard

European Tour: 2014 Tshwane Open: Leaderboard

THE Tshwane Open is the eighth and final tournament on the 2014 European Tour schedule to be held on South African soil. Defending champion Dawie...

Mediate, Ponting in 2014 NZ Open: Leaderboard

THE PGA Tour of Australasia is in Queenstown this week for the New Zealand Open Championship and there are some interesting names taking part.

Lake Karrinyup to host 2014 Perth International

THE world’s top golfers contesting the Perth International in October will again be treated to one of Australia’s best golf courses following confirmation that...

NSW Veteran Golfers Stroke Play Championship moves to Western Sydney

THE NSW Veteran Golfers Association 2014 Stroke Play Championship has a new home in Western Sydney this year and is sure to be a highlight of the veteran golfing calendar.

Jason Day our new World No.4

IN WHAT BECAME a tortuous-to-watch final of the 2014 World Golf Championship Accenture Match Play, Jason Day has emerged with the biggest win of his career.

Minjee Lee on her way

AFTER two missed opportunities the very talented Perth teenager Minjee Lee has won her first big professional golf tournament.

Griffin finally wins on home soil

VICTORIA’S Matthew Griffin has claimed his first Professional title on Australian soil taking out the 2014 Oates Vic Open at 13th Beach Golf Links on Sunday.

Day and Leishman for WGC – Match Play Championship

JUST two Aussie golfers line up for the first World Golf Championship of 2014 this week, the Accenture Match Play championship at Dove Mountain in the Arizona desert.

2014 Victorian Men’s and Women’s Opens Preview

IF golfers Stacey Keating and Jack Wilson find their scores plummeting in their respective Victorian Opens this week it won’t be hard to pinpoint the reason.

Webb sails home to windy Australian Open win number five

WHO would have thought wind in Melbourne would prove so popular but that was the case for Australian golfing great Karrie Webb on Sunday as she snatched her fifth Women’s Australian Open title.