Monthly Archives: September 2016
THE RYDER CUP is one of golf’s great spectacles and should provide lots of entertainment for golf fans this weekend when the US team takes on Europe in Minnesota.
RORY MCILROY seemingly swooped from the clouds to snatch the TOUR Championship and subsequently the FedEx Cup US$10million jackpot virtually from Dustin Johnson’s grasp in Atlanta on the weekend.
THE members of the Australian Golf Writers Association join the rest of the golfing fraternity in their sorrow at the passing of Arnold Palmer. His magnificent record of seven majors and the charisma that attracted unprecedented numbers to "Arnie's Army" are well known.
THE truly legendary golfer Arnold Palmer died today in Pittsburgh aged 87.
By John Sutherland. FOOD curfew lifted and Eisenhower Trophy front and centre, the Australian team sat together but alone in a room at the Mayakoba Golf Club as the realisation fell over them.
IT was a grinding day but Adam Blyth held on through 18 holes of regulation play and three extra playoff holes to win the South Pacific Open Championship.
GOLFER Mark Pond might be quite well known in his local area, there are only 363 residents after all, but the notoriety is about to expand dramatically.
THE NSW Veteran Golfers Association Matchplay Championship has been an increasingly popular event in its current home in the Newcastle area over the past few years.
HYBRID golf clubs are all the go these days and can certainly help older golfers. Here’s a pretty simple tip on getting them to...
ENGLAND’S Andrew 'Beef' Johnston has had a meteoric popularity impact on the world golfing scene and that will only increase now he has a brand new US PGA TOUR card.
AUSSIE golfing veteran Rod Pampling looks set to return to the US PGA TOUR after finding good form in the 2016 Web.Com final series.