Monthly Archives: November 2014
JORDAN SPIETH shot a final round hailed as one of the best ever to win an Australian Open on Sunday.
SWIRLING WINDS and tough greens kept scores low in the third round of the Australian Open in Sydney with three players going into the final round sharing the lead.
TWO TIME winner Greg Chalmers took the second round lead of the 2014 Australian Open on Friday on a day when local favourite Adam Scott staged a big comeback and defending champion Rory McIlroy continued to prowl.
Have a look at our ongoing Photo Gallery from the 2014 Emirates Australian Open.
TWENTY ONE year old American Jordan Spieth showed his class to shoot a 4-under 67 and lead the 2014 Emirates Australian Open after the opening round in Sydney.
THE on-course rivalry between Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott is likely to be intense at the Australian Open this week but the pair are unlikely to come to blows any time soon.
THE Australian Open is one of our favourite events on the annual golfing calendar and the 2014 edition at The Australian Golf Club in Sydney should be a cracker.
SEVENTEEN YEAR OLD Lydia Ko has netted the largest payday in women’s golf history, winning both the US$1 million Race to the CME Globe and the US$500,000 CME Group Tour Championship.
SWEDEN’s Henrik Stenson has won the final event of the 2014 European Tour with a thrilling two shot victory at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.
GOLFERS into rugby will have the chance to combine their passions with a special tour to England and Spain next year taking in the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA’S Nick Cullen has won the 2014 Australian Masters with a magical bunker shot on the last to deny Adam Scott a chance at hat-trick of Gold Jackets.
QUEENSLANDER Michael Wright consolidated his lead at the 2014 Australian Masters finishing the second round at the Metropolitan Golf Club two strokes clear of the field.