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Popular Aussie golfer Nick O'Hern has shared some great insights in his new book "Tour Mentality - Inside the Mind of a Pro Golfer"
By Chris Vogt. More sun, more wind, more great crowds. But this was never going to be just another day. Plenty of pressure for the young players in search of big things; experienced heads hoping to summon their best when it matters. Plus the small matter of a national title and places at Carnoustie in 2018.
By Chris Vogt. There’s so much that goes into staging an event of this size and scale. Members, staff and contractors swarm over the site, busying themselves with delivering a great experience for players, guests, sponsors and the general public. One such member has seen more than most when it comes to Australian Opens.
By Chris Vogt 7:30am on moving day, and the sun already has sting. There’s a breeze, too. But it’s light, cool and welcomed by the early arrivals at The Australian. Sydneysiders have turned up all week in good numbers, promising healthy weekend crowds.
Sydney and The Australian Golf Club decided to throw another day of changeable conditions at the tournament. Which is only fair, given the usual swapping of tee times. Chris Vogt reports
Two bayside clubs in Melbourne are just the ticket for a peaceful day…. Chris Vogt reports
By Chris Vogt. Time stands still at the Masters, yet Augusta National stays in touch with progress.
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.
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
Melbourne golf writer Chris Vogt gives his take on the final round of the World Cup of Golf.
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.
Melbourne golf writer Chris Vogt followed the Aussies, then Scots, around Kingston Heath on the second day of the 2016 World Cup of Golf
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