Video: Back9 Network

Video: Back9 Network

Mention the name Clint Eastwood, and you may conjure memories of old westerns, Dirty Harry, a string of blockbuster films, Academy Awards and, of course, Pebble Beach and Carmel, California. But soon, you can add Golf Network Producer to the resume. Eastwood has been named creative board chairman and founding shareholder of the Back9 Network, […]

Amstel Golf Club to take over management of Settlers Run

Amstel Golf Club to take over management of Settlers Run

In a continuing sign that consolidation is growing more common in the Australian golf industry, Amstel Golf Club has announced that it has acquired the management and operational rights of the Greg-Norman-designed Settlers Run Golf and Country Club, in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.

The agreement, which is set to begin in July, will see Amstel take over operations from incumbent Troon Golf, while members of both courses, thus allowing members of both clubs to gain access to each course.

Seeking: Part-Time or Contract Graphic Designer

Inside Golf –Australia’s Most Read Golf Magazine — is looking for a Part-Time or Contract Graphic Designer to join our ever-growing team. Working across a variety of Print and Digital/iPad publications and websites in our portfolio — including Inside Golf, IG Digital, PGA Magazine, iseekgolf.com and others — the successful candidate will be responsible for […]

New Drivers for 2012

New Drivers for 2012

Check out the latest drivers to hit the golf market in 2012. See the new “Big Dogs” from Callaway Golf, PING, Cleveland, TaylorMade and TourEdge. With adjustable weights, adjustable shafts, bigger faces and snazzier looks, there is something for everyone!

Korda wins epic playoff battle

Korda wins epic playoff battle

In one of the most thrilling and tense playoff finishes ever seen in a golf tournament (Mens or Womens), 18-year-old American Jessica Korda won the ISPS HANDA Womens Australian Open following a dramatic six-way playoff at The Royal Melbourne Golf Club. Korda — the Round 3 leader — was cruising along nicely in the final […]

Does Australia have too many golf courses?

Does Australia have too many golf courses?

While Australia has the third highest number of golf courses per capita in the world, many in the Australian golf industry believe strongly that there are simply too many golf courses to go around, and that consolidation is the key. This means that some courses will be forced to close their doors permanently or amalgamate with neighbouring clubs.

iPhone GPS apps now banned on course

iPhone GPS apps now banned on course

While the USGA’s new rules for 2012 generated a lot of headlines regarding situations like the wind affecting the ball, raking bunkers, etc., one new rule was almost lost in the fray, and affects anyone who uses iPhones or other smartphones with GPS programs. At the heart of the matter is the fact that smartphones […]

Submit Stories to Inside Golf

Submit Stories to Inside Golf

Inside Golf is opening our pages to you, our loyal and passionate readers. We’re rewriting the book (so to speak) on what goes inside a golf magazine. And you are calling the shots! From reader-submitted course write-ups, to equipment reviews, to golf course photography and even fictional stories, poems, jokes and more, we’re setting aside space in every issue for your interesting and fun content. In essence, we’re making Inside Golf YOUR magazine!

Nathan Holman captures Master of the Amateurs

Nathan Holman captures Master of the Amateurs

Nathan Holman has triumphed in this year’s Australian Master of the Amateurs Championship at Royal Melbourne Golf Club, finishing 5 shots ahead of his nearest competitor after dominating the field throughout most of the tournament. A member at Woodlands Golf Club (and previous winner of the Victorian Amateur Championship and Riversdale Cup in 2011) , Holman had […]

A Slippery Slope: How will the Slope System affect your handicap?

A Slippery Slope: How will the Slope System affect your handicap?

While the Australian Golf Handicapping system has undergone many changes recently, the announced delay of introducing the Slope system until 2013 has caused much distress among our readers, especially those who believe that Slope will be the “unifying” cure-all factor to fix the remaining issues surrounding handicaps. Many of the letters we receive each week […]

Cape Kidnappers Golf Course

Cape Kidnappers Golf Course

Rated by many as among the top golf layouts in the world, the Cape Kidnappers golf course offers a combination of breathtaking scenery and world-class golf like no other.  Inside Golf ventured to this unique kiwi destination to experience this beauty for ourselves. “Is it normally this windy here?” I asked, holding onto my cap, […]

Survey names Inside Golf as Australia’s top golf magazine

Survey names Inside Golf as Australia’s top golf magazine

A recent independent survey by Sports Marketing Surveys (SMS) has revealed that Inside Golf is the most regularly read golf magazine in Australia, beating the popular newsstand and subscription magazines by a significant margin. SMS’ August/September 2011 Golf Consumer Survey, which is administered at golf courses twice yearly on behalf of the major golf manufacturers […]

Join The Shark at the 2012 US Masters Tour

Join The Shark at the 2012 US Masters Tour

Ultimate Sports Tours has announced that they have signed Greg Norman for their Ultimate US Masters Tour in April 2012. 16 guests of Ultimate Sports Tours will get the amazing opportunity to play a round of Golf with Norman on the members only Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Florida. The course designed by Norman himself, is […]

Inside The Numbers: The Presidents Cup

Inside The Numbers: The Presidents Cup

The team from The United States captured the 2011 Presidents Cup today, which was held under perfect conditions at Royal Melbourne Golf Club. The Internationals put up a valiant effort in the Sunday singles matches, but despite taking 6 out of the 12 matches, they were unable to overcome the deficit that had built up […]

Inside Golf chats on ABC Radio National

Inside Golf chats on ABC Radio National

Inside Golf was invited to be a guest on ABC Radio National, where we joined a panel including Stephen Pitt (Golf Australia CEO), Mike Clayton (Course Designer), and Matt Tudor (Technical Representative from Callaway Golf)  to discuss a variety of topics surrounding golf: Declining club memberships, the advances in technology, the state of Junior Golf, […]

Daddo Charity Golf Day

Daddo Charity Golf Day

Join the famous Daddo family, together with their sporting and celebrity friends for a great golf day for a serious cause at the Daddo Charity Golf Day! Help the Daddo family help other families who care for those with a disability and raise invaluable funds for Independence Australia. Now in its seventh year, the successful […]

Rickie Fowler to compete at Coolum

Rickie Fowler to compete at Coolum

2010 US PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Rickie Fowler has added further fire power to the Australian PGA Championship presented by Coca-Cola confirming he will be part of the 2011 line up from November 24- 27. 22-year-old Fowler, one of the hottest young prospects in world golf, will bring his unique style to the […]

The Long and the Short of it: should belly putters be illegal?

The Long and the Short of it: should belly putters be illegal?

The use of belly putters has been a hot topic of late, with players like Adam Scott, Keegan Bradley, Webb Simpson and even Phil Mickelson choosing to add long putters to the bag. Following Bradley’s victory at the PGA Championship – the first ever Major won with a belly putter– discussion was rife about whether […]

PGA Magazine – Centenary Issue

PGA Magazine – Centenary Issue

As the PGA of Australia celebrates their Centenary, we look back at the last 100 years, highlight some of the great moments in the PGA’s history, and see what’s in store for the future. 100-page special issue!   [issuu width=420 height=290 backgroundColor=%23222222 documentId=110923035648-08e62038b37e4a958d61b78a18d6a0d8 name=09_pga_sept-oct11_complete_final username=insidegolf unit=px id=7e981457-2320-ff44-61a6-9429d6629ce9 v=2] Tweet

Happy 100th Birthday to the PGA of Australia!

Happy 100th Birthday to the PGA of Australia!

On September 19th, 1911, a small group of golf professionals banded together and created what is now The PGA of Australia.  Today marks the 100th birthday of the Association – and Inside Golf is proud to offer a hearthy “Happy Birthday”!   Recently, PGA of Australia CEO Brian Thorburn launched the Association’s year-long Centenary celebrations, […]

Stolz revival rolls on with Thailand Open victory

Stolz revival rolls on with Thailand Open victory

Australian Andre Stolz secured his second victory of the season on OneAsia when he triumphed in the US$1million Thailand Open after an enthralling head to head battle with Thailand’s Prayad Marksaeng. Stolz, who won the season opening US$1million Indonesia PGA Championship in March, fired a final round nine-under-par 63 to beat Prayad by two shots […]

Presidents Cup: Norman Selects Tim Clark as Captain’s Assistant

Presidents Cup: Norman Selects Tim Clark as Captain’s Assistant

South Africa’s Tim Clark has been named a captain’s assistant for The Presidents Cup International Team.  Clark was selected by International Team Captain Greg Norman, who made the announcement during a private meeting of potential International Team members during the PGA Championship at the Atlanta Athletic Club in Atlanta, Ga. The Presidents Cup will return […]

Tiger Woods splits with Steve Williams

Tiger Woods splits with Steve Williams

The rumour has now been confirmed. Tiger Woods has dumped his caddie of 13 years, New Zealander Steve Williams. Woods announced the split via his website, stating: “I want to express my deepest gratitude to Stevie for all his help, but I think it’s time for a change. Stevie is an outstanding caddie and a […]

Preview: The Open Championship

Preview: The Open Championship

Say what you will about the other Majors, but for the true golf purist there’s nothing that compares to The Open Championship. For over 150 years, this historic event has seen the world’s best players battle on the toughest courses for one of the most prized trophies in the game, the illustrious Claret Jug. This […]