PGA announce Western Union Business Solutions as Official Partner

PGA announce Western Union Business Solutions as Official Partner

Western Union Business Solutions has been announced as the Official Foreign Exchange Partner of the PGA of Australia and an Official Partner of the Australian PGA Championship. As one of the world’s leading providers of cross-border business payments, Western Union Business Solutions is transforming how businesses can expand their global reach through one of the […]

Peter Thomson retires from architecture

Peter Thomson retires from architecture

After over 50 years in golf course design, Thomson Perrett founder Peter Thomson has announced his formal retirement from golf course architecture.  Peter established the company in 1965 after winning his fifth British Open and has since worked on over 250 projects in 30 countries including building over 100 new courses. Peter’s contribution and impact […]

Rose grabs gold in Rio

Rose grabs gold in Rio

It took 112 years for golf to find a new Olympic champion, but it was well worth the wait.  Great Britain’s Justin Rose followed in the footsteps of the long-departed George Lyon of Canada when he climbed onto the podium to collect the Olympic gold medal in Rio de Janeiro. On a sun-drenched final day, […]

Fraser in the lead after Round 1 of Olympic Golf

Fraser in the lead after Round 1 of Olympic Golf

On the momentous day when golf was reunited with the Olympic movement after a 112-year absence, Australian Marcus Fraser emerged from a latter-day band of Olympic brothers with the lowest score of a thrilling opening day’s play in Rio de Janeiro. As a new era dawned for the sport amid the colossal carnival which represents […]

Aussie summer of golf tees off

Aussie summer of golf tees off

Golf in Australia is back underway as the inaugural Northern Territory PGA Championship tees off the second half of the 2016 ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia schedule. The 2016 season got off to a huge start with Professionals competing for more than AU$3.8million in nine tournaments that spanned three countries. Victorian Matthew Griffin currently […]

World Cup of Golf tickets now available

World Cup of Golf tickets now available

Tournament officials today announced that tickets can be purchased for the World Cup of Golf when the event returns to Australia for the tournament’s 58th edition at Kingston Heath Golf Club on 23-27, November 2016, in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. “We expect to have a world-class field with many top players already commenting publically about their […]

Badds battles back, wins fourth PGA TOUR title

Badds battles back, wins fourth PGA TOUR title

Aaron Baddeley has punched his ticket back into the PGA Tour, courtesy of a hard-fought win at the Barbasol Championship, his first PGA TOUR victory since 2011. While the world’s eyes were on The Open at Royal Troon, Baddeley was teeing it up at the RTJ Golf Trail – Grand National Lake, Alabama, in his quest […]

Chalmers grabs maiden win on PGA Tour

Chalmers grabs maiden win on PGA Tour

Two time Australian PGA champion Greg Chalmers has notched an emotional maiden PGA TOUR victory at the Barracuda Championship in Nevada, punctuated with a stunning 72nd hole eagle. Chalmers, one of the most popular players both in Australia and the US, hit the shot of a lifetime to the 72nd hole under intense pressure to […]

Spieth to play Australian Open

Spieth to play Australian Open

American golf sensation Jordan Spieth is returning to seek a second Emirates Australian Open title to add to his bulging list of achievements. Spieth, the world’s No. 2 player, has committed to joining what promises to be an impressive field for Australia’s national championship at Royal Sydney Golf Club from November 17. The 22-year-old from […]

Yering Meadows secures new owners

Yering Meadows secures new owners

The Yering Meadows Golf Course in Melbourne’s famed Yarra Valley announced last month that it has successfully negotiated a competitive sale of its properties and will retain existing management. After a 12-month sale process, the Yering Meadows management team was presented with an offer from new owner Yering Properties Pty Ltd, a company established for […]

Madsen wins, Keating runner-up in Czech Republic

Madsen wins, Keating  runner-up in Czech Republic

Denmark’s Nanna Koerstz Madsen gave a dominant display in the Czech Republic as she strode to her maiden Ladies European Tour title at the weather-interrupted Tipsport Golf Masters. The 21-year-old second year professional from Smoerum fired six birdies in a closing 65 – the best round of the day at Golf Park Pilsen – to […]

Hend wins Queen’s Cup

Hend wins Queen’s Cup

Australian Scott Hend enjoyed a one-shot triumph at the Queen’s Cup on Sunday for his second title of the season and ninth Asian Tour career victory. The big-hitting Aussie overcame a two-shot deficit with a final round of four-under-par 67 at the Santiburi Samui Country Club to pip home talent Gunn Charoenkul, who signed off […]

Blizard wins rain-shortened 2016 Lanhai Open

Blizard wins rain-shortened 2016 Lanhai Open

Australia’s Rohan Blizard had just hit his opening tee shot in the final round of PGA Tour China’s Lanhai Open when officials blew the horn halting play due to heavy rains and unplayable conditions. While the rain eventually subsided enough to get players back on the course for a short time, the rain soon returned, […]

The New Hillbilly Lithium Powered Golf Buggy

The New Hillbilly Lithium Powered Golf Buggy

The New Hillbilly is a lightweight, easy folding Lithium Powered Golf Buggy–which has been currently selling throughout Europe with unprecedented levels of reliability–is now available to Australian golfers Hillbilly comes standard with the unique plug and play Lithium Battery, which drops into place without any fiddly wires to connect. It is ready for play in seconds. […]

Luck wins WA Open

Luck wins WA Open

Amateur Curtis Luck has upstaged his Professional competitors to win the Nexus Risk TSA Group WA Open in convincing fashion. Starting the final round with a three-shot lead, Luck opened with a bogey but recomposed himself on the familiar Western Australian Golf Club layout, displaying his trademark calm demeanour. “I had a bit of an […]

Scott to skip Olympics

Scott to skip Olympics

Adam Scott has confirmed that he will not play in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The world No.7 said that scheduling and family commitments will prevent him from participating in the games as golf returns to the Olympics for the first time since 1904. “My decision has been taken as a […]

Minjee Lee wins Lotte Championship

Minjee Lee wins Lotte Championship

West Australia’s Minjee Lee shot a career best bogey-free round of 64 to win the 2016 LOTTE Championship Presented by HERSHEY at Ko Olina CC in Hawaii. The win was Lee’s second LPGA career victory, her first win coming at the 2015 Kingsmill Championship Presented by JTBC. Lee had held the 36-hole lead after shooting […]

Cammeray Golf Club tees off its Schools Program

Cammeray Golf Club tees off its Schools Program

Cammeray Golf Club has been well rewarded for its efforts to make the club and course more attractive to families and juniors in the local area. Cammeray Public School has jumped on board. 60 of their school kids aged 7 to 12 will take part in a 5 week program run by US Kids Golf […]

David Klein wins QLD PGA Championship

David Klein wins QLD PGA Championship

German David Klein has secured his maiden victory on the PGA Tour of Australasia winning the Coca-Cola Queensland PGA Championship in a thrilling one-hole playoff at City Golf Club in Toowoomba. Flying under the radar for much of the week, Klein started the final round 10-under the card and trailing overnight leader Kristopher Mueck by […]

Aussie golf booming ahead of the Majors

Aussie golf booming ahead of the Majors

The world is buzzing about Aussie golf and with the first major of the year just around the corner the Australian contingent couldn’t be in better shape. Jason Day won the Arnold Palmer Invitational in wire-to-wire fashion over the weekend, despite not bringing his “A game” to the final round. However Day produced some late […]

Griffin tops in New Zealand

Griffin tops in New Zealand

Australian Matthew Griffin claimed the BMW ISPS HANDA New Zealand Open with a clutch birdie on the final hole of the tournament. Starting the day two shots behind Japan’s Hideto Tanihara, Griffin opened his final round by eagling the first. With his nerves settled, Griffin went head-to-head with Tanihara all day but found himself one […]

Magic eighth for Hend in Thailand 

Magic eighth for Hend in Thailand 

Australian Scott Hend held off a fast-finishing Piya Swangarunporn of Thailand to win the True Thailand Classic by one shot at Black Mountain Golf Club last month. The 42-year-old Hend birdied the 14th and 17th holes for a closing four-under-par 68 and an 18-under-par 270, enough for a narrow victory over Piya who’d earlier fired […]

Oosthuizen captures Perth International

Oosthuizen captures Perth International

South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen proved unstoppable when he closed with a final round one-under-par 71 to clinch the ISPS Handa Perth International. Despite the spirited challenges from France’s Alexander Levy and Australia’s Jason Scrivener, Oosthuizen kept his composure to win the A$1.75 million event by one shot at the Lake Karrinyup Country Club. Levy signed […]

Fraser on top in Malaysia

Fraser on top in Malaysia

Australian Marcus Fraser curled home a clutch 18-foot par putt on the last green to lift the inaugural US$3 million Maybank Championship Malaysia by two shots on Sunday at the expense of a heartbroken Soomin Lee of Korea. Fraser trailed overnight leader Lee throughout the final round at the Royal Selangor Golf Club before taking full […]

Oates Vic Open tees off

Oates Vic Open tees off

The Oates Vic Open tees off today, and the biggest challenge for fans will be knowing where to look.    So many great names jump off the round one draw sheet that fans attending Thirteenth Beach Golf Links will need to plan their path among two great fields – men’s and women’s in alternating groups […]

Ko, Webb, Lee commit to Women’s Australian Open

Ko, Webb, Lee commit to Women’s Australian Open

World No.1 Lydia Ko will defend her ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open championship in Adelaide. The New Zealander, still just 18, became the youngest winner in the tournament’s storied history when she saluted at Royal Melbourne in February. She will be joined on The Grange Golf Club’s West Course by Australia’s top-ranked players, LPGA Tour […]

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