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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.
Melbourne golf writer Chris Vogt gives his take on the final round of the World Cup of Golf.
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.
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
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.
SPAIN edged ahead on the opening day of the 2016 World Cup of Golf in an opening round that saw the tricky Kingston Heath layout, blustery conditions and the alternate stroke format keep many of the teams in check.
By Larry Canning. GATHER up the wives, mothers and grandma’s, Uncle Larry is about to expose himself. I'm going out on a limb which is about as thin as the shaft in my Cleveland 58 degree wedge and declaring Italy the winners of the 2016 World Cup of Golf.
Melbourne golf writer Chris Vogt talks to World Cup chief marshal Norm Emerson about his army of volunteers - club members and golf lovers – who work long hours in often trying weather conditions to ensure everyone has a great time at the golf.
MANY of the world’s top golfers descend on Melbourne this week for the World Cup of Golf, now a true teams event with 56 golfers from 28 countries teeing it up at the iconic Kingston Heath Golf Club.
By Chris Vogt. THERE is something desolate about a tournament-ready golf course without players or spectators.