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Mike Harwood firing on European Senior Tour

MIKE HARWOOD has continued his good form on the European Senior Tour with a runner up finish at the 2016 Willow Senior Golf Classic in England.

My golf ball, my golf ball … where the bloody hell art thou?

By Larry Canning. I WANT to get this out in the open in the hope I can help someone else suffering the same condition.

Australian Senior Amateur Golf: September 2016 Roundup

Denis Dale reports on the latest senior amateur golf action from around Australia.

Eight holes etched into golf history as Luck wins 116th US Amateur Championship

THERE have been many classic US Amateur matches over the years, but nobody can recall anything similar to what Curtis Luck did this week. Mark Hayes reports.

One millionth Holden Scramble golfer wins US trip

QUEENSLAND golfer Robert Osborne thought his leg was being pulled when he was told he was the official One Millionth Holden Scramble Participant and had won a trip for his team to the 2017 PGA TOUR Championship in Atlanta.

Inbee Park gives an Olympic masterclass as Aussies inspired to fight on

KOREA’S Inbee Park didn’t seem like she could miss a putt on her way to an historic five stroke victory at the Rio Olympics but the Aussie pair of Minjee Lee and Su Oh were far from disgraced.

Les over 100 but still teeing off every Saturday in the local golf comp

GETTING to 100 in golf is usually not something to brag about but for Sydney’ Les Dance it is a different matter.

Minjee Lee and Su Oh still in the Rio golf mix

THREE birdies in her final four holes saw Australia’s Minjee Lee remain in touch with the leaders after the first round of the Rio Olympics Women’s Golf.

Rio Olympics: Women’s Golf: TV Times, Tee Times, Leaderboard

TIME for the world’s top women golfers to take centre stage at the Rio Olympics with their four round individual strokeplay event teeing off on Wednesday evening.

Defending champions Jason Day & Adam Scott headline 2016 World Cup of Golf...

A WORLD CLASS field headed by Jason Day and Adam Scott will take to Kingston Heath in November for the 58th playing of the World Cup of Golf. Much of the field has just been announced.

Robert Allenby in after hours strife again

ROBERT ALLENBY has reportedly been arrested for disorderly conduct and trespass outside an Illinois casino not far from where the John Deere Classic was being played on the weekend.

Peter Thomson retires from golf course design business

AUSSIE golfing great Peter Thomson has announced he will no longer take part in his golf design businesses based in Melbourne and London.