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Day wins second Greg Norman Medal whilst Peter Thomson elevated to “Immortal” status

FOR the second year running Jason Day has been recognised as Australia’s best performing international Tour Professional whilst golfing icon Peter Thomson is the first to be hailed as an “Immortal”.

2016 Australian PGA Championship: TV Times, Leaderboard, Preview

THREE big weeks of Aussie golf concludes this week with the Australian PGA Championship at the RACV Royal Pines on the Gold Coast.

Martin Pettigrew wins 2016 Australian PGA Senior Championship on debut

NEW ZEALAND’S Martin Pettigrew couldn’t have had a better start to his E-Z-GO PGA Legends Tour career, winning the season’s premier event on debut.

Darryl Reid: A fixture at Australian golf events for 20 years finally opens up

Darryl Reid has been an integral part of Australian golf for two decades. He’s always there, usually just off camera, as the star players do their stuff. Golf writer CHRIS VOGT spoke to the golf security expert and discovered the big guy in black, a long time confidant of Greg Norman, still gets a buzz from the action.

The Fanatics, a lone meditator, great golf …. and even some Melbourne sunshine as...

Melbourne golf writer Chris Vogt gives his take on the final round of the World Cup of Golf.

Thorbjorn and Soren have a prince of a day at Kingston Heath

DANISH golf received a huge shot in the arm, and no doubt even Princess Mary, who it turns out is a handy golfer herself, is justly proud of the inspirational win by Thorbjorn Olesen and Soren Kjeldsen in the 2016 World Cup of Golf.

2016 World Cup of Golf Photo Gallery

Photo gallery from the 2016 World Cup of Golf at Kingston Heath Golf Club. Updated after final round

Behind the Scenes at the 2016 World Cup of Golf: Kingston Heath’s prime movers...

Chris Vogt talks to Kingston Heath’s General Manager Gregg Chapple and Club Captain Peter Clark about the joys – and perils – of hosting an event like the World Cup of Golf.

Danes still four ahead going into World Cup final day but have US hot...

THE Danes held a four shot lead going into the final round of the 2016 World Cup of Golf and reckoned they could maintain the smiles and fun when it comes to the crunch on Sunday.

World Cup Round Two: Different Day, Same Old Wind. Better from Australia, while Scots...

Melbourne golf writer Chris Vogt followed the Aussies, then Scots, around Kingston Heath on the second day of the 2016 World Cup of Golf

Danes put the sizzle on Kingston Heath

DANISH golfers Thorbjorn Olesen and Soren Kjeldsen don’t seem to mind Kingston Heath Golf Course too much, in fact with just a few holes to go in their 2016 World Cup second round they were entertaining thoughts of sneaking in with a 59.

Scottish spirit alive and well at Kingston Heath despite some 1st round tribulations

Duncan Stewart, young product of the Scottish Highlands, faces a big test at the World Cup of Golf this week. Chris Vogt compiled this profile as a not so perfect start of 6-over greeted the Scottish pair.