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Concourse CBM3 Golf Buggy: Compact, Clever, Quick: Review

ONE of the very few things I dislike about golf is having to pack up all your golf equipment and stow it away in your car once you’re done playing.

Michelle Wie headed for 2017 Adelaide Australian Women’s Open

AMERICA'S Michelle Wie is the latest top player announced for the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open in Adelaide from February 16 to 19.

Oosthuizen and Olesen replace Reed at 2017 World Super 6 Perth

LOUIS Oosthuizen and Thorbjorn Olesen both have fond winning memories of golfing in Australia and will be hoping to repeat their previous successes when they tee it up at the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth in February.

2017 Gold Coast National Veteran Golf Championships: Sign Up Now

THE lure of playing on three top resort golf courses set amid one of Australia’s favourite holiday destinations – along with some very innovative tournament additions – has seen places filling fast for the 2017 AVGU National Championship on the Gold Coast.

2017 Australian Senior Amateur Golf: How, When and Where to Play

DENIS DALE lays out the fantastic opportunities available in 2017 for senior amateur golfers in Australia. What’s on, when, where, and how you can get involved, even if you are not a low marker.

2017 NSW Veteran Golfers Strokeplay Championship Entry Form

ENTRIES are still open for the 2017 NSW Veteran Golfers Association Strokeplay Championship to be played in Western Sydney in April.

2017 Australian Amateur Final: 36 Holes, 2 Young Men and a Coveted Title

There were some very experienced older eyes watching on as Royal Melbourne’s Matias Sanchez and Perth’s Min Woo Lee battled for the prestigious Australian Amateur Championship over 36 holes of matchplay on Sunday. Chris Vogt reports.

A Day Out At The 2017 Australian Amateur Championship: Yarra Yarra Golf Club turns...

Victorian golf writer Chris Vogt reports from the Australian Amateur Championship on Melbourne’s Sandbelt and crosses paths with some of the country’s best young talents, as well as one a little older in the legendary Peter Thomson

New Vertical Groove Driver to get the “Wild Thing” treatment in 2017

THERE’S a starkly innovative new golf driver with vertical grooves on the market that certainly looks interesting and will be even more so in 2017 with John Daly taking into competition golf.

Whew! Made it through the first US PGA Tour event of 2017 mostly unscathed

IT CAN BE tough coming back from a holiday period, even if it’s woefully too short, to face the prospect of (watching) big time golf again.

Amateur golfers don’t hit the ball as far as you might think

WATCHING the pros seemingly effortlessly blast their drives 300 metres or more can be deflating for the average amateur golfer.

How many old golf clubs do you have stashed away in the garage? You’re...

IF you play golf for long enough you can find yourself amassing quite a collection of old and superseded golf clubs.