Golf

Thu 13 Dec 2018

‘Wouldn’t p*** on him if he was on fire’

‘Wouldn’t p*** on him if he was on fire’

Ine of the sport’s stars has just confirmed what we already suspected — no one likes the 2018 Masters champion.

Wed 5 Dec 2018

Tiger on prowl for Presidents Cup success

premium_icon Tiger on prowl for Presidents Cup success

It was 20 years ago that Tiger Woods’ US team “got smoked” in the Presidents Cup in Melbourne. On Wednesday golf’s biggest drawcard was back at the scene.

Tue 4 Dec 2018

‘His mind is brilliant. He’s got everything’

‘His mind is brilliant. He’s got everything’

With no apparent weakness in the game of Australian PGA winner Cameron Smith, Wayne Grady expects him to be in the mix at golf's majors next year.

Sun 2 Dec 2018

Smith’s fighting qualities made in maroon

premium_icon Smith’s fighting qualities made in maroon

For two tricky hours, Cameron Smith lost his way in strap grass and branches, talked to his errant ball and missed putts, before an astonishing rally.

Aussie pair determined to honour Jarrod Lyle

premium_icon Aussie pair determined to honour Jarrod Lyle

There are 40 million reasons why the vision of Robert Allenby and Geoff Ogilvy to establish the Jarrod Lyle Invitational tournament should be taken seriously.

Wed 28 Nov 2018

Tiger’s plan to hunt more majors in 2019

Tiger’s plan to hunt more majors in 2019

A rejuvenated Tiger Woods will head into the New Year excited knowing he’s won six of his 14 major championship titles on three of the four 2019 host venues.

Cam can join world’s top 10: Ogilvy

premium_icon Cam can join world’s top 10: Ogilvy

Major winner Geoff Ogilvy predicts Cameron Smith could be a world top-10 gun with a short game and temperament that compares favourably to Jordan Spieth.

Minjee Lee makes Australian golf history

premium_icon Minjee Lee makes Australian golf history

Perth’s world No.6 Minjee Lee has trumped top male pros Jason Day and Marc Leishman to become the first female winner of golf’s top gong, the Greg Norman Medal.

Sun 25 Nov 2018

Belgium sees off brave Aussie charge

Belgium sees off brave Aussie charge

Belgium has claimed their first World Cup of Golf after seeing off a brave challenge from Australia. In the end, one costly day cost the Aussies.

Leishman turns heat to red-hot Belgians

Leishman turns heat to red-hot Belgians

Australia surged to the World Cup of Golf lead mid-way through the third round before getting windburn as an inspired Belgian duo took control.

How $38 a week job turned Norman into the Shark

premium_icon How $38 a week job turned Norman into the Shark

Greg Norman has revealed the advice he received while working in a Brisbane pro shop that helped shaped his career - and that he dreams of one day moving back to...

Thu 22 Nov 2018

Jarrod Lyle's part in Aussies' opening blitz

Jarrod Lyle's part in Aussies' opening blitz

He might not have been present but Jarrod Lyle was very much there in spirit as team Australia fired on the opening day of the World Cup of Golf

Wed 21 Nov 2018

World Cup of Golf stars ready for Melbourne's big wet

World Cup of Golf stars ready for Melbourne's big wet

Organisers of the World Cup of Golf in Melbourne have pre-empted the potential round-one downpour by moving tee times forward in a bid to beat the weather

Tue 20 Nov 2018

Secret weapon in Aussies’ hunt for $3m jackpot

premium_icon Secret weapon in Aussies’ hunt for $3m jackpot

Team Australia have taken local knowledge to a new level in their quest for World Cup glory, with Marc Leishman and Cam Smith employing a young amateur.

World Cup favouritism fine by Leishman, Smith

World Cup favouritism fine by Leishman, Smith

Victorian Marc Leishman is embracing the fact Australia is favourite to win this week’s World Cup of Golf at Metropolitan.

Mon 19 Nov 2018

Leishman out to break home duck

premium_icon Leishman out to break home duck

Australian golf star Marc Leishman reveals formula that is propelling him towards the world top 10 as he turns attention to claiming a win on home soil.

Why top-ranked star ‘struggled’ at Australian Open

Why top-ranked star ‘struggled’ at Australian Open

Golf star Matt Kuchar reveals the ‘toughest thing’ for him at the Australian Open - it was the same aspect winner Abraham Ancer said gave him an advantage!

Sun 18 Nov 2018

Lakes cruise as Ancer takes Open honours

premium_icon Lakes cruise as Ancer takes Open honours

ABRAHAM Ancer spent Sunday waiting for the challengers test his nerves, but they didn't, so he just waltzed away with the 103rd Australian Open title.

Aussie golf star revels in Open spotlight

Aussie golf star revels in Open spotlight

Cameron Smith admits it was a “cool experience” having extra support at the Australian Open this year in the absence of his big-name compatriots.

History awaits after epic moving day

History awaits after epic moving day

Mexico's Abraham Ancer has history in his sights heading into the final day of the Australian Open at The Lakes course in Sydney. F

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