Monthly Archives: October 2015
FORMER champions will be very thick on the ground when the Australian PGA Championship gets underway on the Gold Coast this December.
AN international tourism boom and worldwide golfing acclaim have been predicted for Tasmania’s King Island as its two highly anticipated courses, Ocean Dunes and Cape Wickham, open their doors to the public.
PETER SENIOR has a last ditch opportunity to brighten his season as the US Champions Tour plays its final full field event this week.
ADAM SCOTT gets some further competition experience with his new conventional putter this week, joining the US PGA TOUR at the first event of a two week Asian swing.
EVERYONE knows about the coming ban on anchored putting strokes but the R&A and USGA this week announced a number of other Rules of Golf changes coming into force on January 1.
ADAM SCOTT has confirmed he will play in the 2015 Australian Masters which this year returns to an old stomping ground at the Huntingdale Golf Club in Melbourne.
BRANDT SNEDEKER is the first big name announced for the 2015 Australian PGA Championship at the revamped RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast.
JUSTIN ROSE won the UBS Hong Kong Open by a single shot after a neck-and-neck final round battle with Denmark’s Lucas Bjerregaard at the Hong Kong Golf Club.
SCOTT HEND will defend his title at the Hong Kong Open this week while seven Aussies line up for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open on the US PGA TOUR
By Larry Canning. I’M a little embarrassed to admit that this time of the year, when the Aussie summer golf season is in full swing, I still get filled with a sense of childish anticipation at the thought of standing within metres of the best golfers on the planet.
JASON DAY’S year just keeps on getting better with the overnight awarding of The Don, an award honoring Australia’s most inspirational sports performance.
ON the surface, seven-time US PGA TOUR winner appears to be one of the most laid back characters in golf.