Monthly Archives: January 2015
TIGER WOODS and Robert Allenby were two golfers attracting plenty of attention ahead of the 2015 Waste Management Phoenix Open this week.
POOR old Rory McIlroy is stuck in a rut. The 25 year old world No.1 golfer has had three second placing in his last three starts on the European Tour and can’t seem to better himself.
KEL NAGLE, one of the greats of Australian golf, passed away peacefully overnight in Sydney aged 94.
THE Miguel Angel Jimenez legend continues to grow with the Spanish golfer tagged as “the world’s most interesting man” winning the season opening event on the 2015 US Champions Tour.
BILL HAAS was more surprised than anyone to win the Humana Challenge for the second time on the weekend.
SOUTH AFRICA’S Branden Grace held off a spirited challenge from Scotland’s Marc Warren to land his sixth European Tour title at the 2015 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters on the weekend.
By Mark Hayes, Golf Australia GOLF Australia chairman John Hopkins has been awarded an Order of Australia Medal in the 2015 Australia Day honours list. Hopkins,...
With the Aussie summer holidays done and dusted it’s time to get serious about golf in 2015 – and that means turning attention to the first Major of the year. The 2015 US Masters should be a fascinating edition of the hallowed event.
Larry Canning returned from the Jandowae Golf Club in western Queensland mostly unscathed – but with a new perspective on that other tour. He reckons he wouldn't swap the experience for quids.
THE US PGA Tour is back on the mainland this week for the pro-am formatted Humana Challenge at the PGA West facility in California. The...
THE European Tour is in Qatar this week for the second week of its three week Middle Eastern swing.
JASON DAY and Stuart Appleby were the highest placed Aussie golfers in a 2015 Sony Open dominated by America’s Jimmy Walker.
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