Monthly Archives: April 2015
Next time you have a (pretend) putt to win the US Masters why not do it in style on your own backyard putting green. As Jen Mackie reports, it could be a great investment.
CALVIN PEETE, the most decorated African-American golfer in US PGA Tour history prior to Tiger Woods, died Wednesday aged 71. Peete won 12 times on...
JASON DAY is the defending champion at a World Golf Championships Cadillac Match Play this week that sees the popular event with a new format and a new venue.
JUSTIN ROSE birdied his final two holes to take the 2015 Zurich Classic of New Orleans and secure his seventh US PGA Tour victory.
CHINESE golfer Wu Ashun became the first of his countrymen to win a European Tour event on home soil with a victory at the 2015 Volvo China Open on the weekend sure to boost golf locally.
Do you feel like you have trouble getting the club to the right position at the top of your backswing? US PGA Professional Eric Hogge offers a drill that can help set your club on the right path to ensure proper positioning throughout your swing.
JASON DAY didn’t really set things on fire at the 2015 US Masters but heads the field at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans this week, which also sees the welcome return of Marc Leishman after averting a potential family tragedy.
SCOTT HEND was the best performing Aussie on the European Tour last week and can be expected to challenge again when the Volvo China Open begins on Thursday at the Tomson Shanghai Pudong Golf Club in Shanghai.
Australian Senior Golfer is delighted to welcome one of the country’s leading senior amateur golfers in Denis Dale to our ongoing coverage.
If you really want to know where a golfer is coming from, opinion-wise, just have a look at the type of golf bag they have, reckons Larry Canning
VETERAN American golfer Jim Furyk struck back against the 21 year olds on the weekend with his first US PGA Tour victory since 2010. Young Aussie Cameron Smith finished a very creditable T15.