Monthly Archives: June 2014
FINLAND’S Mikko Ilonen completed a wire-to-wire victory as he celebrated his 300th European Tour appearance by winning the Irish Open at Fota Island Resort.
By PGA of Australia PGA of Australia Life Member Kel Llewellyn was inducted into the Victorian Golf Hall of Fame at the Victorian Golf Industry...
WHEN I was at school, a “Number 2” was the code used to warn your teacher of an impending unpleasant experience for not only yourself but any kid sitting nearby.
MARC LEISHMAN had to sit out the just completed US Open but the big Victorian returns to the US PGA Tour this week to the scene of his debut victory in 2012.
THE women take up where the men left off at Pinehurst No.2 this week with back to back majors at the same course for the very first time.
THE Irish Open is one of the flagship events on the European Tour and this year the 59th edition of the event features a high quality field including a swathe of Major winners and tour champions.
THE British Open is set to return to Northern Ireland for the first time in over 60 years and only the second time in...
THERE’S a new feature movie celebrating the live of the incomparable Seve Ballesteros, who passed away in 2011. As the movie synopsis says: “Despite being...
If Jason Dufner is still sporting his new closely cropped hair style when he returns for the Perth International in October he may have to wear a nametag so the locals will recognise him.
MARTIN KAYMER displayed complete dominance of the 2014 US Open with a wire to wire victory that was eight shots better than his nearest rivals.
MARTIN KAYMER has a record lead going into the third round of the 2014 US Open but the big question is whether the 29 year old can keep his excellent form intact as the pressure mounts.
ELEVEN Aussie golfers will tee it up this week at the 114th staging of the US Open at Pinehurst No.2 in North Carolina.