PGA TOUR

Scott wins Crowne Plaza, completes Texas Grand Slam

Scott wins Crowne Plaza, completes Texas Grand Slam

Australia’s Adam Scott has cemented his position as the World No. 1 player, winning the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas. Overcoming fellow Major Champion Jason Dufner in a thrilling three-hole playoff, Scott claimed the Texas title in extra time after finishing tied with the American at 9-under par. Scott […]

PGA TOUR supports USGA anchoring ban

PGA TOUR supports USGA anchoring ban

The PGA TOUR Policy Board has acknowledged that the USGA’s ban on anchored strokes, known as Rule 14-1b, will apply to PGA TOUR competitions beginning on January 1, 2016. In making this acknowledgement, the Policy Board also passed a resolution strongly recommending, along with the PGA of America, that the USGA consider extending the time […]

Justin time: Rose captures U.S. Open Championship

Justin time: Rose captures U.S. Open Championship

England’s Justin Rose captured his first Major championship in dramatic fashion, grabbing the coveted US Open title at Merion Golf Club. Trailing third-round leader Phil Mickelson by two shots going into round 4, Rose made the most of every opportunity on the final day, scoring five critical birdies, plus a make-or-break clutch fairway-wood-chip to two-inches […]

McDowell triumphs again in California

McDowell triumphs again in California

Northern Ireland’s Graeme McDowell finished three shots clear of Keegan Bradley to win the World Challenge presented by Northwestern Mutual in California. The European Ryder Cup star banked a cheque for $1,000,000 as a result of finishing 17 under for the week, as well as ending a two year wait since his last victory. The […]

WGC Day Two – Senden Superb, Horror Day

After today’s match, you would not believe John Senden hasn’t won on the PGA tour event since 2006. That’s the truth! Senden is showing some of his best form of his career, thrashing fellow Australian and two-time major runner up in 2011 Jason Day 6 and 5, closing him out on the 13th  with an […]

Aussies set to invade LA

Aussies set to invade LA

This week’s PGA Tour event, the USD $6.6 million ($6.14 million AUD) Northern Trust Open will feature 11 players from Australia, the largest gathering of Aussies on US soil for 2012 and set to challenge the likes of world number 1 Luke Donald, Last week’s AT&T winner Phil Mickelson, Fred Couples and Sergio Garcia. Headlining the […]

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 […]

Jordan out, Cook in for US Presidents Cup team

Jordan out, Cook in for US Presidents Cup team

United States Presidents Cup Captain Fred Couples announced today that 11-time PGA TOUR winner John Cook has been named Captain’s Assistant for the upcoming Presidents Cup matches. Michael Jordan, who was named along with Jay Haas as a Captain’s Assistant for The Presidents Cup 2011, will be unable to attend the matches due to pending […]

Sergio wins one for Seve

Sergio wins one for Seve

“That was for Seve!” These were the first words uttered by Sergio Garcia upon annihilating the field to win Spain’s Castello Masters by 11 strokes, the joint-third largest victory in European Tour history. Following the win, played on Sergio’s home course Club de Campo del Mediterraneo, Sergio sent a kiss to the sky, dedicating his […]

Webb Simpson captures Deutsche Bank Championship

Webb Simpson captures Deutsche Bank Championship

Young Webb Simpson closed with three consecutive birdies to capture the Deutsche Bank Championship on the second hole of a sudden death playoff with Chez Reavie. Simpson and Reavie each fired four consecutive rounds in the 60’s to finish regulation at 15-under 269. Reavie appeared to have the title firmly in his grasp as he strolled […]

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 […]

US Open Preview: the course, players and predictions

US Open Preview: the course, players and predictions

Gold Coast based golf journalist Bruce Young will return this month to the Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland where, in 1995, he caddied in the US Senior Open. Bruce takes a look at the Blue Course at Congressional and looks ahead at what this year’s US Open Championship holds in store. Despite its significant […]

Tickets on sale for Presidents Cup

Tickets on sale for Presidents Cup

Tickets for The Presidents Cup 2011 are officially on sale, and interest is expected to be extremely high for the much anticipated team competition set to play at The Royal Melbourne Golf Club from November 15-20, 2011. Fans are encouraged to explore the variety of ticket options to enjoy the best that the game of […]

Aaron Baddeley wins Northern Trust Open

Aaron Baddeley wins Northern Trust Open

Aaron Baddeley fired a closing round 69 to finish 12-under-par at the Northern Trust Open at Pacific Palisades, winning the event by two shots over Fiji’s Vijay Singh. Baddeley showed composure throughout the round, and found himself 3-under after the 10th. But a double bogey on the 12th threw a wrench into the works, opening […]

Graeme McDowell jumps to Srixon

Graeme McDowell jumps to Srixon

Graeme McDowell, the 2010 U.S. Open champion, has joined Srixon® as a member of their PGA Tour staff. McDowell, who is also a six-time winner on the European Tour, will play Srixon® irons, Cleveland® wedges and Srixon® balls. He will also wear a Srixon® hat and glove and carry a Srixon® bag. “We are extremely pleased […]

Norman: World Tour still a possibility

Norman: World Tour still a possibility

GREG Norman has no regrets about the turmoil his proposed World Tour caused in the mid-1990s and still believes his suggested model could work. At the time, Norman suggested an eight-tournament, $25m series to be played in the US, Canada, Scotland, Japan and Spain. The winner of each event would have received $600,000 while the […]