Monthly Archives: June 2015
ROOKIE pro Minjee Lee has overtaken Karrie Webb as Australia’s top ranked female golfer – at least temporarily.
PETER FOWLER had his best US Senior Open finish on the weekend but after sharing the lead at stages of the event will be a little disappointed with the final result.
A STRONG finish by Steven Bowditch at the 2015 Travelers Championship on the US PGA Tour has secured the popular Aussie golfer a spot at the upcoming British Open.
SPAIN’S Pablo Larrazábal shot a flawless final round 66 to claim a second BMW International Open title by a single stroke from Henrik Stenson...
AUSSIE golfing stalwart Peter O’Malley turned 50 this week and is planning to celebrate by trying his luck on the international senior tours.
VETERAN Tom Watson showed a lot of younger golfers a clean pair of heels with a 4-under 66 in the first round of the US Senior Open in California.
THE Travelers Championship suffers a little being the week after the US Open but this year there is an added incentive for many players with four places in the upcoming British Open up for grabs.
WITH just three weeks till The Open Championship at St Andrews some of the European Tour’s leading lights will be honing their games in Germany this week. Leaderboard, TV Times
THE Australian PGA Championship has received a huge boost with news it will be co-sanctioned by the European Tour in 2015.
ALL those who at close quarters observed Jordan Spieth claim the Australian Open in such fine fashion last November foreshadowed a big year for the young Texan but no-one in their wildest forecasting dreams thought he’d snaffle the season’s first two majors.
IT HAD already been a great week when Cameron Smith stood over a three-wood on the 18th fairway.
JASON DAY battled dizzy spells at the very vertigo-unfriendly Chambers Bay Golf Course to surge to the joint lead after a memorable 2-under 68 in the third round of the 2015 US Open.