Monthly Archives: April 2016
THE US Champions Tour is about to get a whole lot more colourful with the irrepressible John Daly confounding many pundits by actually making it to 50.
STEPHEN LEANEY has a golfing career that spans the globe but it is always special when he returns for his native WA Open.
Jack Nicklaus has 21 career aces ... this one should have been No.22. Jack just wanted it because it would have matched the number of his grandchildren. Also a video of Miguel Ángel Jiménez flushing one off China’s Great Wall.
A NUMBER of Aussies went close on the international golfing scene on the weekend but nowhere, apart from at the new PNG Open, did any of them get the biscuit.
ON a sunny Sydney afternoon Denis Dale looked out over the 18th hole at the Stonecutters Ridge Golf Club with obvious affection.
ADAM SCOTT never appeared that fussed about competing in the Olympic Games and has now made it official.
I DON'T know about you, but as far as Masters’ tournaments go, I reckon that’s about as weird as it gets.
AUSSIE teenager Minjee Lee stormed home with an 8-under 64 to win the Lotte Championship in Hawaii and claim her second LPGA title. A South African beat an Englishmen on the US PGA Tour, while no one broke par at the Spanish Open.
Denis Dale presents his latest wrap of senior amateur golf action from around Australia
Louis Oosthuizen had a little help from JB Holmes in making this incredible hole in one on the 16th hole in the final round of the 2016 US Masters
WELL that was an interesting Masters wasn’t it. Like many Aussie golf fans, do doubt, I got up early Monday morning to watch the final round.
THANKS to some late missteps by Jordan Spieth and a fighting third round by Jason Day the US Masters just got a whole lot more interesting.
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